Oyster seeding: A ‘tangible, physical’ way to help the water

Oysters, NJ environment news

WAYNE PARRY / AP – Restoring oyster beds and helping keep the water clean isn’t just for scientists and environmental groups anymore.

Students, younger children and those with no particular scientific background like the idea that something they do this morning can be helping the earth by this afternoon.

Kenna Allocco, 12, of Beachwood, New Jersey, recently helped remove bags of whelk shells with baby oysters attached to them from a bubbling tank in preparation for their journey to a Barnegat Bay reef, in between asking a dozen or so incisive questions of program leaders …

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