For one thing, it works tirelessly for the environment. Much like coral reefs, oyster reefs provide habitat for other species in the bay. What’s more, each oyster filters 50 gallons of water a day. “The more oysters you eat, the better for the bay,” says Tommy Leggett, a Virginia oyster restoration and fisheries scientist for CBF.

Gear

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Starting this Friday… Enter to win our Kayak Fly Fishing Trip brought to you by Ruthless Outdoor Adventures, Wild River Outfitters and Fly Fishing Clothing Company. Enjoy a day on the water in October being instructed by Ruthless Outdoor Adventures and win 2 fly fishing reel and rods from Wild River Outfitters and hats and shirts from Fly Fishing Clothing Company. Must by 21+ to enter. Look for more details on Friday as well as a link to the contest.  Share this out!

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Starting this Friday… Enter to win our Kayak Fly Fishing Trip brought to you by Ruthless Outdoor Adventures, Wild River Outfitters and Fly Fishing Clothing Company. Enjoy a day on the water in October being instructed by Ruthless Outdoor Adventures and win 2 fly fishing reel and rods from Wild River Outfitters and hats and shirts from Fly Fishing Clothing Company. Must by 21+ to enter. Look for more details on Friday as well as a link to the contest.  Share this out!

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"Here’s what happened with the bones: I dropped chunks of raw butter whipped with honey and cranberry into a glass pan…"

I’d highly recommend clicking thru Chris’s Instragram post for the rest of the recipe!

Big fun at New Earth Farm!

Virginia food representing again in NYC - this time at James Beard House