Monday, May 18, 2015
Care About Clean Water? Learn About Oyster Farming This Saturday May 23
Join us this Saturday morning May 23 at 9 am in Westhampton Beach NY to learn about how to save oysters and clean up the bay through oyster farming. An adult oyster filters up to 50 gallons of water per day and the Moriches Bay Project has the goal of farming a million oysters to clean up the bay. For more information about oyster farming and attending the event, please visit http://www.morichesbayproject.org/oyster-farming-breakfast
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Labels: clean water act, environment, Hamptons, new york, oyster farming, oyster reefs, Southampton Town, stormwater runoff, Suffolk County, water pollution, westhampton beach
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