Our first 60,000 native oysters are now on the seabed in Loch Craignish, thanks to lots of brilliant (socially distanced) volunteers. At low spring tide, the oysters were placed onto four suitable sites where we will monitor their progress closely over the winter.
We've now received another 100,000 juvenile native oysters which are over wintering in our floating nursery. We don't expect these to grow much over the winter, but having them there, will give us (and them) a good head start next spring. Again, thanks to everyone! We are leading the way in community-led marine habitat restoration.