Neils Lindquist, left, and David Cessna inspect oyster beds in front of the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences in Morehead City.
Neils Lindquist, left, and David Cessna inspect oyster beds in front of the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences in Morehead City. UNC Research
Neils Lindquist, left, and David Cessna inspect oyster beds in front of the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences in Morehead City. UNC Research

A scientist and a fisherman team up to solve NC’s oyster crisis

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