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Virginia to start $2 million oyster program for Chesapeake Bay

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Virginia will rebuild the Chesapeake Bay oyster population with a its biggest-ever replenishment program, a $2 million initiative beginning in May and continuing through the summer. The program will spread 1 million bushels of oyster shells on public oyster grounds, the Virginia Marine Resources Commission said Thursday. Naturally occurring oyster larvae will attach to those shells and reach...

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