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Mud, Shuck, and Spat By Andrew David Thaler – Hakai Magazine – March 15, 2016 “No one has killed anyone since 1958,” says Martin Gary, head of the Potomac River Fisheries Commission, looking out at a roomful of fishermen, aquaculturists, conservationists, … Continue reading

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By the Numbers: 589 By Catherine Krikstan – Chesapeake Bay Program – December 29, 2015 With its rough shell, gray body and big ecological value, the eastern oyster is one of the most iconic species in the Chesapeake Bay. And for … Continue reading

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