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Our platform to share with you highlights of our work and information about the Estuary.

2023 PEP Mini Grant

The Peconic Estuary Partnership (PEP) is pleased to announce the 2023 Mini-GrantFunding Opportunity for projects in the Peconic Estuary and Watershed. PEP invitesorganizations to apply for a 2023 PEP Mini […]

By Joyce Novak

Suffolk County Septic Improvement Program Workshop

Suffolk County presents a workshop on the Septic Improvement Program at PEP’s August 2020 Citizens’ Advisory Committee Meeting. Learn what the program entails, how to apply, and feel equipped to […]

By The Peconic Estuary Partnership

Workgroup for Inclusion and Environmental Justice

We at the Peconic Estuary Partnership (PEP) have taken time over the past few months to reflect on how we, as a partnership of scientists, educators, public and private institutions, […]

By The Peconic Estuary Partnership

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Long Island Diamondback Terrapin Monitoring Workshop

The Peconic Estuary Partnership, Seatuck Environmental Association, and Dr. Russell Burke of the Jamaica Bay Terrapin Project of Hofstra University hosted a virtual terrapin monitoring workshop where attendees learned about the importance of monitoring […]

By The Peconic Estuary Partnership

Native Plant Gardening For Better Water Quality

Watch our May 2020 Citizens’ Advisory Committee Meeting co-hosted with Group for the East End, with guest speaker Rusty Schmidt, President of Long Island Native Plant Initiative (LINPI). Learn all […]

By The Peconic Estuary Partnership

PEP Offices Closed & In-Person Activities Postponed

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the PEP offices are closed and all in-person meetings, events and activities are postponed until further notice to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. […]

By The Peconic Estuary Partnership

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