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William M. Eichbaum

Abandoning sanctuaries means giving up on oyster restoration

Maryland established its Oyster Advisory Commission in the latter half of 2007 to engage a wide range of interested people to consider strategies for bringing back a robust native oyster population in the Chesapeake Bay.

The commission was established at a time when hope for native oysters had all but vanished, not unlike the oysters population itself — which was, and still is,...

About William M. Eichbaum

William M. Eichbaum was chair of the Oyster Advisory Commission, 2007-2011.

 

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