COVID-19 Pandemic May Permanently Change Maryland's Oyster Industry, Company Leaders SayThe oyster industry in Maryland may never be the same again, according to company leaders.
Oysters Aren't Very 'Take-Out Friendly', Oyster Farmer Says, Causing The Industry To Take Huge Hit During COVID-19 PandemicManager and oyster farmer Ethan Davis said it wouldn’t be uncommon to sell between 15,000 and 30,000 oysters a week, but with COVID-19, the demand simply isn’t there.
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Maryland Lawmakers Approve Oyster Restoration BillThe bill prohibits catching oysters in the five sanctuaries. They are Harris Creek, the Little Choptank River, the Tred Avon River, the St. Mary's River and the Manokin River.