Monday, August 1, 2016

Who keeps up on oyster restoration through the Mass Oyster Project Blog?

We looked at our statistics on the readers of this oyster restoration blog and found the results very interesting.

While there is a strong following in the metro areas of Boston and New York; smaller towns such as Somerville and Newburyport also had a fair amount of activity. Our reach is global with Sidney Australia, London and Shinjuku Japan on the list. 

While our focus is local, or impact is global. MOP has been featured on TV in Japan, NPR, and the press. Thank you for your help in getting out the word on the environmental benefits of restoring this key stone species. 200 other species will live in an oyster reef. An oyster filters 40 gallons of water per day.

1 Boston
2 New York
3 Cambridge
4 Ashburn
6 Malvern
8 Washington
9 Brookline
10 Somerville
11 Worcester
12 Newton
13 Newburyport
14 Gloucester
15 Orlando
16 Shinjuku
17 Falmouth
18 Barnstable
19 Chicago
20 Malden
21 Brookline Village
22 Allston
23 Los Angeles
24 Watertown
25 Baltimore
26 Quincy
27 Houston
28 Plymouth
29 Hingham
30 San Francisco
31 Waltham
32 Lexington
33 Seattle
34 Wareham
35 Wellesley
36 London
37 Arlington
38 Eastham
39 Iselin
40 Philadelphia
41 Toronto
42 Yambol
43 Medford
44 Sydney
45 Providence
46 Brighton
47 Jamaica Plain
48 Austin
49 Provincetown
50 Hialeah
51 Hingham
52 South Kingstown
53 Pelotas
54 New Orleans
55 New Bedford
56 Dallas
57 San Diego
58 Needham
59 Lahore
60 Concord
61 Weymouth
62 Woburn
63 Virginia Beach
64 Lowell
65 Annapolis
66 Danvers
67 Nantucket
68 Brockton
69 Framingham
70 Peabody
71 Bethesda
72 Groton
73 Manila
74 Atlanta
75 Beverly
76 Charlotte
77 Ledyard
78 Belmont
79 Harwich
80 Portland
81 Arlington
82 Wellfleet
83 Roslindale
84 Manchester
85 Montreal
86 Hong Kong
87 Bristol
88 Fall River
89 Silver Spring
90 Portland
91 Richmond
92 Sao Paulo
93 Seoul
94 Moscow
95 Wakefield
96 Pittsburgh
97 Sudbury
98 Denver
99 Everett
100 Marshfield

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