About the commercial fishing industry, posted in September 2008, features the commercial fisherman on the North Fork. These areï»¿ the guys for whom Billy Joel wrote the featured song, “The Downeaster Alexa”.
Dredging the Peconic
Goldsmith Inlet – Dredging the Channel – Jan 2010
Unfortunately, we lost our hosting at Splashcast for all of our other videos listed below, but will try and restore at some point on YouTube. If you can help with this project and to curate other, relevant videos, please contact us at webmaster – at – southold voice.com , or submit the volunteer contact form in the Join section of this website.
Dock Moratorium – Recommendations Of Town Planning Board
Stewards of Our Shoreline – online premiere
Developed to give everyone a better understanding of the work of the Southold Town Trustees, this half hour program âStewards of Our Shorelineâ explains the history of the Trustees, the parameters of Trustee jurisdiction and shares some examples of wetlands code regulation. Our Trustees have been entrusted to care for our shorelines, and take their responsibility seriously. One of their goals is to inform us about what they do and why they do it. See the Trustees explaining their policies in their own words, as well as scientists and other experts in the field. Understand the science behind the laws, and hear their appeal for community support to help protect our unique and valuable shorelines in the Town of Southold. Not to be missed!
Producer: Peggy Dickerson
Director: Rory MacNish
Grant Coordinator: Heather Cusack
Below, you will find a range of other videos on a variety of topics, separated into different players. Here’s the playlist:
Channel 1: Trailer showing historic photos of our very first meeting organized by founder John Kramer at the recreational center on Peconic Lane in Southold on Saturday May 19th 2007. More than 150 people marked their property on a chart that day
Channel 2: Selection of videos about the area.
1.”Jigging the Bluefish in Orient Point”, courtesy of The Fishing Line
2. A light hearted look at“Diamondback Terrapins and Horsehoe Crabs”, courtesy of Joanna Lane
These show the endless fascination and respect the human species has for the strangest of creatures with whom we live in close proximity here on the North Fork of Long Island
Includes a video about dredging issues faced by communities in a similar situation to our own, in Seneca Bay, Maryland, and Harwich, Mass. Please distribute copies of these videos liberally to everyone you know.
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