A drone's eye view of the rock armoring process in the northern section of the project area.
Duck Grass Transplanting
Chris Pickerell and Jason from Cornell Cooperative looking over prospective duck grass for re-planting in the project area.
Salt Marsh Modification
Suffolk County Vector Control, Cornell Cooperative, Coastal Habitat Restoration Project staff at a salt marsh, using a backhoe to modify the flow. This should allow better waterflow and ingress/egress for fish, reducing the population of mosquitoes.
Marine Meadows Event @ Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center & Museum
National Fish and Wildlife's Lynn Dwyer joins Coastal Habitat Restoration Project staff, community members and Cornell Cooperative staff for a Marine Meadows event. Many thanks to the Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center & Museum for hosting this event to benefit the eelgrass!
Beach After Nourishment
A view of the beach (at the end of little beach road) shortly after nourishment had taken place and before rocks and duck grass planting.
Rock Movement Edit #2
Beach Grass Planting
Cornell & the Coastal Habitat Restoration staff planting the first round of beach grass after the beach nourishment.
Beach Flight (With Annotations!)
CHRP Interview Snippets
Afternoon Low Tide #003
Eeelgrass, rocks and salt marsh flow modifications
Coastal Habitat Restoration Project: Hatchery Update - May 2017