Peconic Bays/Photo courtesy Peconic Baykeeper.
Five years after the first largescale community cleanup of Goldsmith Inlet [on eastern Long Island], natural grasses are slowly returning, according to Group for the East End.
On Saturday (Oct. 26), more than 75 volunteers came out to help cleanup the Peconic waterway. Group for the East End co-hosted the event with Group to Save Goldsmith Inlet and the Southold-Mattituck-Greenport NJROTC as a part of the community’s ongoing efforts to restore the waterway.
Read more about the efforts to restore Goldsmith Inlet.
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