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The tiny but mighty Olympia oyster regains a foothold in Washington waters

Seattle Times

State biologists selected 19 priority restoration areas around Washington β€” from Drayton Harbor near the Canadian border, to Budd Inlet near Olympia β€” by searching through old reports and records from archaeological digs to find out where the oysters used to be most abundant.

β€œThe best places to start are the places they existed prior to European contact,” says Marco Hatch, an ecologist at Western Washington University and member of the Samish Indian Nation.

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