Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Mass Oyster Project Alumni Moves to New Hampshire, But Stays With Oyster Restoration

One of the fun parts about being involved in oyster restoration through MOP is that we get to meet interesting people and watch them grow professionally. Interns have gone on to work at Marine Biology Labs or Semester at Sea.  Just last week we heard from one of our colleagues, Megan Glenn who had moved to New Hampshire.

The photo below shows Megan assisting with spat measurements for the Great Bay Oyster Restoration Project.

Megan Glenn restoring oysters on New Hampshire's Great Bay
Megan Glenn working with oysters on New Hampshire's Great Bay.

After departing Boston, Megan has found new avenues for working with oysters in the NH seacoast area. She is currently working for the Gundalow Company teaching environmental education and plans on attending UNH in the fall for a masters in Zoology. She will be studying under Ray Grizzle who is well known in the oyster restoration community.

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