Oyster Blog — Events

May 31, 2011: Open Farm This Saturday (June 4th, 2011), & Rama Fundraising Report

Events

Hi guys! We hope you all enjoyed the long holiday weekend. The fun continues here at the Hama Hama Farm, and we're celebrating the low low tide this weekend (-2.4) by hosting another Open Farm Day, which is just a fancy way of saying we'll let you go out on the beach to harvest your own oysters and clams. The tide is low at 1:15, and the flats will be open from 12:30 until 2:30. We have two barbecue pits available in our picnic area for open farmers to use... shoot an email to orders@hamahamastore.com if you'd like to reserve...

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May 25, 2011: Rama Wrap Up

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Mar 25, 2011: Mussel Mess

Events Farm work

It's hard to tumble when you're all tied up in knots: Darn mussels have invaded our tumble bags, using their byssal threads to attach everything up into one big messy mass. After spending several hours trying to go through the bags by hand, removing all the mussels, we've decided to just dump the mussel mess out on the beach. The mussels will die in the intertidal beach, and the oysters will have to come to terms with the fact that they're now going to be beach grown, not tumbled.

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Jan 19, 2011: Oyster Farmers, Urban Farmers, and Rock Stars

Events Farm work

Oyster Adam  (second from Left) with Guster's Luke, Ryan & Adam Oyster Farmers: For a couple of months Adam and oyster fan have been plotting ways to share the Hama Hama experience with our customers. It's tricky this time of year because the tides are low at night and the weather is generally miserable, but we knew all we needed was the right angle: We had to make sure whoever showed up was prepared and willing to get wet and muddy, stand in the wind, and stay up to all hours of the night in search of fresh oysters. We...

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Oct 4, 2010: American Geoduck

Events Oyster World

The PCSGA set up a pretty impressive (and absolutely free) photo booth at this year's Oysterfest. See more photos of the happy campers.

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