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Weekly Photo Challenge: Dense

Shell Mountain at The Fish Peddler in Bay City, Oregon. It’s always an impressive sight when driving along the 101 on the Oregon Coast. I learned that the best shells are replanted and reseeded in the company’s oyster beds to provide for continued sustainability. Pretty remarkable!

Weekly Photo Challenge: Dense

Here’s a short news story on a similar process of recycling shells in Chesapeake Bay:

 

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5 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Dense

    1. As I understand it, they replant the good used shells in the oyster bed and reseed them using oyster larvae.

      Here’s a YouTube video about a similar process in Chesapeake Bay (now added to body of blog post):

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