Maryland Shell Recycling
Oyster Roasts & Seafood Festivals
CBF collects shells from oyster roasts and seafood festivals. Contact Dan Johannes ahead of time at email@example.com or 443-482-2174 and we can provide free pickup, as well as bins and signage to minimize shells mixing with other refuse.
There are several public shell recycling drop-off locations across Maryland. If you are interested in hosting a shell-recycling bin, contact Dan Johannes at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-482-2174.
Anglers Hunting Fishing
Annapolis Seafood Market
Annapolis Yacht Club
Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Eastport Yacht Club
Shell recycling bins in the Annapolis area are sponsored by .
Parking lot of the Downtown Sailing Center and Baltimore Museum of Industry, to the right of the entrance.
Breezy Point Marina
Easton Point Marina
Oak Grove Marina
Common Market Co-Op
Gravel Springs Farm
Clagett Farm and CSA
The following restaurants also participate in the Save Oyster Shells program:
Annapolis Yacht Club Clubhouse
Legal Assets Craft Food & Spirits
McFaul's Oyster & Reel
Pirates Cove Restaurant
Havre de Grace
Water Street Seafood
McFaul's Ironhorse Tavern
Brian Boru Restaurant & Pub
To learn more about how you can become involved in the oyster shell recycling program please contact Dan Johannes at email@example.com or 443-482-2174.
To learn more about CBF's oyster recycling partners in Maryland please visit the Oyster Recovery Partnership.
More Ways to Help
- Become a volunteer and help collect shells from participating restaurants and oyster roasts.
- Become a Maryland oyster gardener.