Mass Oyster has supported this effort financially, with recycled shell, and this year by funding a student intern working on the project.
Curt Felix will provide an overview and then we will have an opportunity to walk through the site. He will talk about the history of the project as well as its impact on water quality and biodiversity. The bulk of the talk will be on the Pier. But if you want to get a closer look, be prepared with shoes that can stand up to walking through 3-4 inches of mud.
|Curt Felix loading oyster shells onto a barge.|
We will meet at the project sign across from the Harbormaster's Office at the town pier at 1:00. All are welcome- let us know you are going by emailing here...