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What Does Sustainable Aquaculture Look Like in Delaware’s Rehoboth Bay?

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Kimberly Paynter
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WHYY
Delaware State University Graduate Students Emily Andrade (left) and Tahera Attarwala (right) sort through oysters pulled from the Rehoboth Bay.

Researchers at Delaware State University are partnering with oyster farmers to measure water quality in Rehoboth Bay. WHYY’s Zoe Read took a boat ride with researchers from the HBCU, and oyster farmer Mark Casey.

(Original air-date: 11/9/22)

Zoë Read is WHYY’s watershed reporter. She joined WHYY in 2015 as a multimedia reporter covering Delaware news for the web and FM.