The Point Reyes National Seashore removed 37,000 pounds of oysters and growing materials from Drakes Estero in January, which the park believes is the “vast majority” of bivalves and aquaculture equipment, seashore outreach coordinator Melanie Gunn said in an email to the Light. The survey of Drakes Estero, conducted by the seashore that month, found 410 hanging oyster . . .

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