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For the Shinnecock Kelp Farmers, reseeding the bay is a way to keep ties with their cultural heritage

The Shinnecock Kelp Farmers are 6 indigenous women who work to reseed the bay. But for them, while it's important to help rid the waters of toxins, it's also a way for them to stay connected with 10,000 years of their cultural heritage. Credit: Randee Daddona

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