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Speak up for oysters! Restoration efforts in the Tred Avon oyster sanctuary are threatened and we need you to speak up for these amazing water-filtering bivalves.
The work proposed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers includes both shallow water work on new sites and seeding on sites already in the project. The project and the public meeting are part of the Corps' future work planned for the Tred Avon oyster sanctuary.
Comments can be given at the meeting or submitted in writing. Written comments are due by August 19, and can be sent to MD.OysterRestoration@usace.army.mil or this address:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore DistrictAttn: Angie Sowers10 South Howard St., Ste. 11000Baltimore, Md. 21201
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