This article from the Baltimore Sun highlights how another city is engaging people in its waterfront through the use of oysters. Mass Oyster has been able to initiate a smaller educational initiative at the New England Aquarium, but there is a larger opportunity to give people an opportunity to become caretakers of a portion of the Harbor. Think about it, that thin skim of oil around the dock is going to be of a lot greater concern if you are hosting 100 oysters for the Summer.
|Mikey Francis, a senior at Digital Harbor|
Planting time in Baltimore harbor
Students, adult volunteers raise oysters to help ailing Patapsco
|Map of Patapsco River emptying into Baltimore Harbor|