Why are these bivalves so important to Bay health, and how are scientists helping to restore them?

Produced by Steve Droter
Additional Footage: University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Horn Point Oyster Hatchery
Music/Audio: "A Moment of Jazz" by Ancelin

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Chesapeake Program

Thanks for the feedback, Lisa. We have another page on our website with written information about oysters and how they're impacted by pollution: https://www.chesapeakebay.net/issues/oysters

Lisa Man

I wish that there would be more information in the writing not just the video. I don't have time to watch the long videos, so it is much easier to read.

Zoe Hagelin

this is such good informatoin thanks alot i loved the video

Tim Pfaff

Our children are the future. The education and outreach to the Youth will be a payback of exponential proportions.

Scott Muhammad

Thanks for the videos; my daughter is very interested in Bay preservation and stopping trash pollution. These videos will go a long way in helping her efforts!

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