Liz and Keri offer a popular oyster shucking school, Shuck University on Saturday afternoons from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. The lesson is free, you pay for what you shuck. To reserve a spot email email@example.com
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Once we have collected the shell and taken it to our storage/processing facility, the shell must be aged for a year according to State regulations. After serving its time, the shell can be used at shellfish hatcheries as a base for young oysters to grow on, or it can be placed on the bottom in areas with an oyster population creating more places for the free floating young oysters to settle and make a home. This can help increase the oyster population significantly.
Recycled shell Mass Oyster donated to Wellfleet has helped create an area with an estimated 16 million oysters.