Live Free and Shuck is back!

Sunday, August 28th at 11am & 1pm

Ever wanted to know how an oyster grows? Or how an oyster farm is run? Or why this keystone species is important to the ecosystem of the bay? Well, you’re in luck! On Sunday, August 28, we are hosting two sessions with Laura Brown, owner of Fox Point Oysters, for a guided, interactive discussion about oysters and oyster farming, while standing knee-deep in the beautiful tidal waters of Little Bay, part of the Great Bay estuary.

This event is capped at 12 attendees per session and pre-registration required.

Learn more and buy tickets here.


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