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Pandemic-hit oyster farmers turn to conservation to survive

By The Associated Press - | May 14, 2021

Kyle Pfau, an oysterman with Fat Dog Shellfish Co., dumps out a tray of adult "Uglie" oysters from Maine onto a relocation area at Great Bay, Monday, May 3, 2021, in Durham, N.H. Thousands of Uglies from Maine, which were left to grow due to lack of retail demand of more than a year because of the virus outbreak, were relocated to Great Bay to enhance the shellfish species in New Hampshire coastal waters. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

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