NEW ORLEANS (AP) – An environmental group that makes oyster reefs from shellfish collected from restaurants in the New Orleans area now has a new partner so everyone can contribute.
“After enjoying oysters at home with your family and friends, you can help protect our coast” by bringing seashells to a public repository, said Kellyn LaCour-Conant, director of restoration programs at the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana.Source link
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