A room in Cedar Key’s Kirkpatrick Marine Labaratory Building was packed with locals last week eager to hear about new developments in the oystering industry.
Despite the news of oyster decline in the area, University of Florida extension agent Leslie Sturmer told the audience that the meeting was mostly to focus on alternative methods used by oyster farmers in other parts of the country.
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