Wednesday, November 11, 2009

CCA Oyster Recycling Nov. 14

The Coastal Conservation Association's TOPWATER ACTION campaign is calling for volunteers to help recycle the shell at the Sullivan's Island Fire Department Nov. 14 from 5 to 8. This annual event is always fun and is sure to draw a crowd, and CCA members and other volunteers are invited to help gather this leftover shell - which is the very first step in the recycling process. The shell will be returned to the estuary at a later date where a new oyster bed will be started in an effort to keep oysters as a renewable natural resource. Go ahead and call Gary Keisler for more information about how to help out - 843-696-6274.

To view past blog entries on the CCA Topwater Action Campaign click here.

PhotoByJeffDennis: A local resident employs a five-gallon bucket for his 'pick and choose' method of oyster harvest

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