'Be a Good Egg' Press Conference with the Town of Hempstead Supervisor, Kate Murray. Photo: Lauren Audi
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Female conservation leaders receive coveted Rachel Carson Award for dedication to conserving public parks and preserving bird-friendly native plants.
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Bipartisan Legislation Helps Ocean Ecosystem and Economies That Depend on It
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