Our picks for June's plant and fish are in: Huckleberry & Summer Flounder (Fluke)! Continue on to learn more!
A major milestone for our Coastal Habitat Restoration Project staff has been the first oyster spawn on Shinnecock territory in approximately thirty years! Take a look inside:
The SED is soliciting proposals from consultants with proven experience and expertise in implementing and managing USEPA 128(a) Tribal Response Programs. Read on for the full RFP
Thanks to all who attended the Shorebirds event on our beach yesterday!
We saw an osprey, ducks, gulls, several ruddy turnstones and non birds like horseshoe crabs. Team members from Cornell lead the birdspotting, highlighting the many birds that call shorelines home and will call our restored coastline habitat home.
This event was part of the Coastal Habitat Restoration Project, funded by the Department of the Interior through a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Hurricane Sandy Coastal Resiliency Competitive Grant Program .
We've got quite a bit going on, so now we're in the newsletter business. Here's the first issue!
The Shinnecock Environmental Department hosted its 6th annual Earth Day Social on May 6th, 2017. The Earth Day social brings our community members, partners and the public together for our shared goals of protecting the environment we all rely on.
May News for the Shinnecock Indian Nation Coastal Habitat Restoration Project, funding provided by the Department of the Interior through a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Hurricane Sandy Coastal Resiliency Competitive Grant Program .
The first even Environmental Department update!