Farmingville, NY – At the July 20 Town Board meeting, Deputy Supervisor Dan Panico, Supervisor Ed Romaine and the Town Board recognized the work of the Moriches Bay Project members. Founded by Westhampton residents Laura Fabrizio and Aram Terchunian, the Moriches Bay Project works to improve the water quality in Moriches Bay through oyster farming and education. Since being established in 2012, the group has planted more than two million oysters in the bay and made numerous educational presentations at local schools. After more than a decade, the Moriches Bay Project remains committed to “saving the bay, one oyster at a time.” Go to www.morichesbayproject.org for more information about the Moriches Bay Project’s “Off-Bottom” seeding.Pictured in the back row, left to right are Anthony Sferrazza; Councilmember Jonathan Kornreich; Councilwoman Jane Bonner; Laura Frabizio; Supervisor Ed Romaine; Town of Brookhaven Bay Management Specialist I and Moriches Bay Project member, Dwight Surgan; Deputy Supervisor Dan Panico; Councilman Neil Foley, Town Clerk Kevin LaValle and Councilman Michael Loguercio. Pictured in the front row, left to right are Ruby Jeanes; Lily Jeanes; Nico Surgan; Mack Surgan; Cara Surgan; Christa Jeanes; Christian Jeanes and Jonathan Jeanes.