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Ecosystem Services Photo Competition

Paul TaylorHelp tell the Shellfish Farming Ecosystem Services Story with Your Photo – Next Deadline: February 15th

Shellfish culture plays a vital role in providing natural ecosystem services to all living things in our marine environment.  Ecosystem services are the beneficial ecological processes or outcomes which result from shellfish farming that we often take for granted. 

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Need Dip/Trip Oyster Seed?

Jamestown Point Whitney Shellfish Company is pleased to announce the availability of oyster seed for 2016. We expect to have about 25 to 50 million seed available in 2016. Our goal is to serve the small to medium sized independent oyster growers of Washington. Follow link for pricing and more information: Seed_2016

Winner of January Ecosystem Photo Contest

Lisa Carleton-LongLisa Carleton captures, “Shore crabs staying warm in our trays under the oysters at our Hood Canal property,” and $100 bucks! Please submit your photo for the February contest! *Start Clickin’*  Send a pic and caption to conniesmith@pcsga.org by the 15th of every month for a chance to win!