May 10, 2024

New Suffolk Waterfront

New Suffolk Waterfront

Since 2024

In New York, US


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About this site

Welcome to Project R.I.S.E., Peconic Baykeeper's  community science initiative to document long-term climate impacts and coastal change in the Peconic Estuary Watershed. Please help support this project by submitting your photos each time you visit this site!

New Suffolk Waterfront is located on 2.5 acres of waterfront on the Peconic Bay, in the quiet hamlet of New Suffolk. During the 1800s and early 20th century, this site was busy commercial port especially for the oyster and scallop industry and also served as a a test site for US Navy submarines. The Waterfront is now owned and managed by a non-profit, the New Suffolk Waterfront Fund . The Fund preserves, protects, provides recreational and educational activities and ensures public access to this unique and scenic site.

About Peconic Baykeeper

Peconic Baykeeper is a not-for-profit organization exclusively dedicated to protecting and restoring Long Island's drinkable, swimmable, and fishable waters. Established in 1998 as Long Island's clean water advocate, Peconic Baykeeper uses science, education, and law to defend critical watersheds from the tips of the Twin Forks through the Great South Bay.

Project R.I.S.E. (Recording Inundation Surrounding the Estuary), is Peconic Baykeeper's community science and outreach initiative to help document long-term climate impacts and coastal change in the Peconic Estuary Watershed. This is one of fifteen current sites selected for this project with funding support from the Peconic Estuary Partnership. Learn more about Project  RISE and our other programs here!


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