The Oyster Farmers
Directed by Corinne G. Ruff
Oysters were once a staple food for communities in the northeastern United States, and the Barnegat Bay was their largest source. Since the 1800s, overharvesting and disease wiped out the populations of oysters, which has had significant ecological impact in the last century. Today, a new hope rises in the Barnegat Bay through the work of a solitary few: THE OYSTER FARMERS. This film tells the story of those who are working to restore oyster reefs and natural oyster populations to the Barnegat Bay.
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