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Oyster promotion

Cortes Island Shellfish Interpretive Center And Web Site
"Cortes Island" and "quality shellfish" are synonymous in many parts of the world. Cortes Island shellfish growers pride themselves in their ability to grow and harvest a superior product from the pristine waters of British Columbia's north-central coast.
www.cortesoysters.ca

Stewards of Gorge Harbour Society
We are a community based organization interested in the health, welfare and development of Gorge Harbour on Cortes Island. Our goal is to establish long-term dialog amongst those interested in the fate of Gorge Harbour, including the wider community of those who live, work and play in its waters and along its shores.
www.stewardsofgorgeharbour.com

The Island Creek Oysters Foundation Island Creek Oyster Foundation
The Island Creek Oysters Foundation, provides funding, expertise, and labor to build sustainable aquaculture systems in impoverished communities worldwide. Through our partnerships and our own time, we offer a source of food for the hungry, inspiration for the fortunate, and a better way of life for us all.
www.islandcreekfoundation.org

Oysters Authours and Ale
Making Literacy everyone's Pearl...It’s a little known fact that oysters support literacy. Indeed, oysters are for literacy, libraries and the vast oceans of opportunity that open up with reading
www.oystersauthorsandale.com

 

Guides

The Oyster Guide
"Shellfish are the prime cause of the decline of morals and the adaptation of an extravagant lifestyle"  Rowan Jacobsen writes about food, the environment, and the intersection of the two. His work has appeared in The Art of Eating, The New York Times, Saveur, Newsweek, Eating Well, and elsewhere.
www.oysterguide.com

Oyster Us
John McCabe is very passionate about OYSTERS.  The definitive website to Oyster Shucking, Oysters of France and lots, lots more.
www.oysters.us

The oyster's my world ~ history of oysters and oyster cultivation
Real oysters are wild oysters and they need our protection and stewardship. Oysters are nature’s pearl. Their fate is ours and we need to work in harmony with nature to ensure that our physical environment is sustainable. Too much detriment has already taken place.
www.theoystersmyworld.com

 

Blogs

In a half Shell
Because I love them! Not only are oysters delicious and nutritious, they are vital to a healthy aquatic ecosystem too. What's not to love about that? Think of it this way: some people enjoy wine, I happen to enjoy oysters and love learning about them. Maybe you adore them too or a tad bivalve curious?
www.inahalfshell.com

Drew Smith
Everything you might ever want to know about oysters and a bit more
www.theoysterman.blogspot.com

 
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