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The Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion project, center, would release up to 75,000 cubic feet per second of sediment-laden water from the Mississippi River to rebuild wetlands in the eroded Barataria Basin. Louisiana Trustee Implementation Group image.
Shrimp, oyster damage mitigation in Mid-Barataria diversion plans
The Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion project would redirect some of the Mississippi River flow through the levee and into the Barataria Basin. Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority image.
Corps report predicts ‘major, adverse, permanent’ impact on shrimp, oysters from Mid-Barataria diversion
Boat of the Month: Cap’n Lake
Paul Molyneaux photo.
Chance encounter: A day’s haul on a historic Chesapeake Bay oyster skipjack with Stoney Whitelock
Lobstermen haul traps off the coast of Maine. Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative photo.
Maine launches seafood brand with CARES funds
Tom Burke of Sloop Point Oyster Farms delivered 23,700 oysters for restoration work on the Tuckerton Reef as Bill Shadel of the Nature Conservancy kept tally Dec. 2, 2020. Kirk Moore photo.
New Jersey growers deliver 240,000 oysters for reef restoration
Hurricane Zeta was the third major storm to hit the Gulf coast within nine weeks. NASA Goddard image.
Hurricane Zeta scores third 2020 hit on Gulf Coast
Mississippi oyster fisherman Drew Livings hand tongs previously relayed oysters from the Biloxi Bay in 2017.
Gulf oysters: Too much Mississippi River water, Florida drought pinch supplies
Matt Gregg of Forty North Oyster Farms pilots a load of harvested oysters to dock in Barnegat Bay, N.J. Forty North Oyster Farms photo.
Unsold oysters go to New Jersey restoration reefs
The skipjack Virginia W dredging oysters on Chesapeake Bay. Maryland Sea Grant photo.
Maryland Watermen’s Association and partners sue EPA over bay cleanup
Oyster cages along the Damariscotta River in Walpole, Maine. Mook Sea Farms photo.
Northeast oysters: Supply steady and quality reaches a high for retailers still selling
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