Lecture Series on History of LI Sound Oyster Farming

Oysters, photo/Noank Aquaculture Co-Op.
Oysters, photo/Noank Aquaculture Co-Op.

Greenwich Daily Voice: The Connecticut Humanities “Quick Grants” program has awarded $1,500 to the Bruce Museum in Greenwich to help present a series of lectures on the “History of Oyster Fishing on Long Island Sound.”

The series, which complements the museum’s exhibition “Oysters: Pearls of Long Island Sound” (on view through March 23), will explore the history of shellfishing on the Sound – from the Native Americans and Connecticut residents of the 18th and 19th centuries to the current work of the Shellfish Commission.

Read more about the new lecture series on Long Island Sound oyster farming history.


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