Chris Johnas, right, volunteer coordinator for Clear Into The Future®, works alongside other volunteers on the Maurice River in Port Norris, NJ, as part of Project PORTS. Volunteers loaded a barge with about 3,000 “spat bags” that had been put together by hundreds of school children throughout the year. The bags will serve as an artificial habitat for larval oysters to attach and grow. This new habitat is expected to support approximately 10 million new oysters.
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