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  • Ian Wile

    Thanks to the GOOD community for your support and encouragement. The project is down to less than 24 hours now! Soon the real work can begin. Thanks to all.

    • Alessandra Rizzotti

      Thank you for this great piece! How are you guys doing now?

      • Ian Wile

        Alessandra- Thanks for thinking of us! With the amazing boost from the Kickstarter project we are off to a great start. It has been a very busy past couple of months. We've found an old lobster-style boat for our working platform, planted our first 30,000 seed and found a shoreside homebase! There are updates (and pictures!) on our website too. More great stuff to come. I'll make sure to keep you posted.

  • rrung1

    Great story! We have a responsibility to take care of our waters. Reviving the bay with sustainable (and delicious!) farming will great on several levels. Congrats!

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I love this story. The history of the Peconic Bay is so interesting and it's good to see that there's a program in place to get it going again.