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New Chesapeake harvest — farmed oysters — helps those who raise them and the bay. But neighbors aren't happy

No oyster could thrive on the muddy and sandy bottom of St. Jerome Creek, but there they are. Inside of submerged metal cages, millions of the shellfish form portable reefs that are teeming with crabs, minnowlike fish and other life. From a work boat, oyster farmer Ryan Brown pulls up a cage marked…
Source: Sun

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