It Began with Alewife

The New Face of Conservation is Young, Active and Outspoken.

       I’m thrilled to be a documentary photographer for Charles Bevington’s Alewife Migration “webisode” on Coastal Resiliency for The Sierra Club.  The alewife is a little fish with a big role in the ecosystem. Meet them in downtown Riverhead, NY at Grangebel Park Fish Passage and Woodhull Dam across from the County Center. They leave salt water to spawn in our rivers even in populated areas. –Miranda Gatewood 

 

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Above: Douglas Morrow of D.A.M. Video, Sarah Schaefer, NEIWPCC Environmental Analyst, and Charles Bevington, creator of the “webisode” series on Coastal Resilience for the Sierra Club. 

 

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The March 8, 2018 filming at Grangebel Park and Woodhull Dam, downtown Riverhead, NY with Byron Young, ret. Marine biologist, DEC; Elizabeth Hornstein, Peconic Estuary Program State Coordinator; Douglas Morrow, DAM Video; Charles Bevington and Sarah Schaefer, NEIWPCC Environmental Analyst.

See the video here: https://youtu.be/ezWmWnUimbI

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