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Who doesn’t love Snow Island Oysters? 🤷🏼‍♀️ Only those who have never had them of course!!

If you haven’t tried our oysters, you don’t know what you’re missing! 🦪

The sweet & salty taste of our hand-farmed oysters is like no other! 🙏🏼

Feel free to contact us for your oyster requests at any time, or just to say hi 🙂

You can reach us via phone call, text or email at office@quahogbay.org or 207-522-1105!

#quahogbayconservancy #quahogbay #snowislandoysters #snowisland #oysters #giveashuck #shuckit #shuckyeah #conservation #nonprofitorganization #nonprofit

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Last week was a very exciting week for us here in Quahog Bay!

We spent the week tumbling and getting our new seed all settled in! 🦪

On the left is a tiny oyster from this year and on the right is an oyster from last years seed. They’re growing so fast! 💙

#quahogbayconservancy #quahogbay #harpswellmaine #oysters #snowislandoysters #giveashuck #oysters #oysterseed #oysterbabies #oystertumbling #yummy #snowisland
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Island Creek Oyster Co. May 1, 2019

Maine Month: Meet Snow Island Oysters

Harpswell Anchor –  December 2018

The Protectors of Quahog Bay

Harpswell Anchor –  November 2018

Health of Harpswell’s Bays

Island Institute – November 19, 2018

Sea to soil: invasive crabs turn fields green

The Ellsworth American. October 27, 2018

Small oyster farms are big, big business

Bangor Daily News –  August 29, 2017

He bought the Maine island of his childhood and now he’s making its waters safe again

Bangor Daily News –  May 27, 2017

With clams under siege, Maine’s Casco Bay is seeing an oyster boom

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