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Lighting the Lighthouse

Montauk Harbor, NY November 30 @ 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Montauk Lighthouse, which will be covered in beautiful lights, will be illuminated during this special holiday ceremony. Free admission and parking, though donations are welcome. SEE MORE

30th Annual Long Island Festival of Trees

Port Washington, NY November 29 @ 10:00 AM - December 1 @ 5:00 PM

The annual Festival of Trees event takes place over Thanksgiving weekend each year at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City. The event features a display of holiday trees that are all for sale with the proceeds going to CP Nassau. Cost:  Includes entry to the Festival and Cradle… SEE MORE

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Fishing Community Supports Atlantic Striped Bass Limits

11/6/2019 by US Harbors

New Castle, N.H.– On October 30, members of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) Striped Bass Management Board voted 11 – 4 for Addendum VI Option 2 to require an 18% reduction in striped bass removals by both the recreational and commercial fishing sectors from North Carolina to Maine.… SEE MORE

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Tips and Tricks for Targeting Trophy Tautog

10/8/2019 by US Harbors

By New England Boating. If you wanted to create the perfect blackfish habitat, you’d start with a mussel-encrusted rock bottom, pepper it with a generous number of wrecks and large boulders then harden some of the shoreline with jetties, sea walls, docks and bulkheads. Next, add an abundance of crabs,… SEE MORE

October is Energy Awareness Month.

10 Energy Saving Tips for Energy Awareness Month

10/8/2019 by US Harbors

By Linda Poppenheimer. This October, fulfill the promise you made to yourself earlier in the year to get serious about saving energy and reducing your carbon footprint. October is an ideal time to address your energy use for a number of reasons. First, you still have plenty of time to… SEE MORE

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Floating Sculpture Will Show New Yorkers East River Water Quality

10/4/2019 by US Harbors

By Clarisa Diaz. A mysterious new attraction has been seen bobbing in the East River off Pier 17 this fall—a glowing 50-foot plus sign. The floating sculpture, a data visualization beacon called + POOL Light, changes color according to the physical conditions of the water, making water quality updates easily accessible… SEE MORE

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