Seafood for the future: Eel grass and responsible oyster aquaculture for estuariane health at Tomales Bay, California. Plus an oyster grilling recipe. Featuring Hog Island Oyster Co.
A fabulous video about growing oysters resistant to ocean acidification and other threats featuring marine biologist Joth Davis of Pacific Hybreed at the NOAA Research Station in Manchester, Washington.
Congratulations Dawn Smart
“There’s nothing of greater importance to the sustainability of a healthy ecosystem than educating the younger generation.”
Congratulations Josh Cahill
“In an environment with little hard-surfaced substrate, shellfish culture provides real estate for many organisms. A sea lemon, Peltodoris nobilis, is one of those organisms, preying on sponges growing on this bag of mussels.”
Congratulations Wesley Hull
“Our oyster long lines proved substrate for diverse algal communities to grow throughout the late spring and summer months. These alga, like the Ulva in this picture, provide food for native fish, invertebrates, and birds, promoting a healthy and diverse ecosystem within Humboldt Bay.”
Registration for the 72nd Shellfish Growers Conference and Tradeshow is now open!
September 18 – 20, 2018 at Semiahmoo Resort, Blaine, WA
Don’t delay; early bird rates available now!