Oyster Blog — Farm work

Aug 6, 2013: The great oyster boom of 2013?

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July 12, 2013: Summer Fun

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Apr 18, 2013: (Almost) Everything you ever wanted to know about tumbled oysters.

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What the heck is a tumble farm? We're happy you asked, and here's a longer answer than you need!

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Mar 14, 2013: Seaweed Farming

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... accidentally! We've had a few daylight low tides so far this year, and once the sunlight hits the flats the algae starts growing like crazy on our clam nets. Seaweed is algae. And, just in case you might need it, here's an idiot's guide to algae: there's microalgae, which is the kind that oysters eat, and macroalgae, which is the kind that we eat, like kelp, nori, etc. All seaweeds are edible in the sense that they're not toxic, but some are more delicious and digestible than others. Check out this guide to edible seaweed of the Pacific Northwest....

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Jan 20, 2012: Snow, before and after

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Here's (part of) what's been going on here at Hama Hama. First, the river got invaded by a giant sea creature. We're thinking it was a sea lion. He was an incredibly uncooperative photo-documentary subject and made a complete nuisance of himself: eating salmon, barking, and antagonizing the birds. He's the giant brown blur in the photos below. Then the world proceeded to get really beautiful:                                                             Before getting really cold...

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