Do you love Chesapeake Bay oysters? Over fifty restaurants, caterers and seafood wholesalers from Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia are participating in an unusual recycling program to help save the bay.
More than 50 restaurants, caterers and seafood wholesalers from Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia are participating in an unusual recycling program started earlier year by the Oyster Recovery Partnership. In nine months, they donated two million oyster shells to the University of Maryland to help restore the decimated oyster population in the Chesapeake Bay. VOA's Elizabeth Lee explains why oysters are so important to the Chesapeake Bay and how recycling their shells can help grow their numbers.
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Restaurants Recycling Oyster Shells To Help Chesapeake Bay
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