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Aquaculture & Agriculture

Long Island’s Maritime & Agricultural Heritage

Long Island’s rich maritime and agricultural heritage spans more than 400 years and is a major contributor to the high quality of life enjoyed here. Shellfish aquaculture is one of New York State’s oldest industries. Long Island’s docks, marinas, ports and fisheries provide sustainable fresh fish sources that feed people regionally and afar, supporting the region’s local restaurants and service industries. Local farms and farm stands serve every pocket of our destination, with over 100 active farm stands available year-round. Choose local and shop from a wide array of farms and markets growing locally made ingredients and crafting farm to table and fresh catch fare.

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