SPMS Students Build Oyster Cages To Benefit The Bay


More than 50 students at Severna Park Middle School used their early dismissal time with the Oyster Recovery Partnership on March 30 to build oyster cages as a service project for National Junior Honor Society. Another 50 students participated on April 7. The cages are meant to give oysters more exposure to oxygen and plankton so they grow faster. An oyster can filter up to 50 gallons of water a day.


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