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Unlike many farmed species, oysters are raised in coastal waters, and feed off of microorganisms which are already present in their environment. They remove carbon and nitrogen from the water to build their shells, and filter up to 50 gallons of water each day.

Before oysters were overfished and degraded by pollution on the East Coast, oyster reefs played an important role in mitigating storm damage to the coastlines. 

As fisheries shift due to over-harvesting and climate change, sustainable aquaculture has become an economic necessity to coastal regions.

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