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Seattle, WA -- Aug 5, 2020

HAPPY #NATIONALOYSTERDAY!! πŸŽ‰πŸ¦ͺ...From raw to grilled, we celebrate these delectable gems everyday. But today they deserved an extra special shoutout 😍 What’s your favorite #oyster preparation!? ... See MoreSee Less

HAPPY #NATIONALOYSTERDAY!! πŸŽ‰πŸ¦ͺ
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From raw to grilled, we celebrate these delectable gems everyday. But today they deserved an extra special shoutout 😍 What’s your favorite #oyster preparation!?
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 10, 2020

Pucker up & check out our new Spiked Thyme Lemonade at our Melrose Market location this week! This is the perfect pair with a big plate of fresh oysters. πŸ‹πŸ¦ͺ#TaylorShellfish #MelroseMarket #Seattle #OysterBar #TideToTable #Lemonade #Oysters #Cocktails #PuckerUp #ShuckSlurpRepeat ....#TaylorShellfishFarms #Drinks #Eats #Clams #Mussels #Geoduck #Fresh #Seafood #PNW #PNWwonderland #Washington #Foodie #ImFeelingShellfish #GetShuckedUp #Yum #Summer #SummerVibes #FeedYourSoul #InstaFood ... See MoreSee Less

Pucker up & check out our new Spiked Thyme Lemonade at our Melrose Market location this week! This is the perfect pair with a big plate of fresh oysters. πŸ‹πŸ¦ͺ#TaylorShellfish #MelroseMarket #Seattle #OysterBar #TideToTable #Lemonade #Oysters #Cocktails #PuckerUp #ShuckSlurpRepeat 
 
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#TaylorShellfishFarms #Drinks #Eats #Clams #Mussels #Geoduck  #Fresh #Seafood #PNW #PNWwonderland #Washington #Foodie #ImFeelingShellfish #GetShuckedUp #Yum #Summer #SummerVibes #FeedYourSoul #InstaFood
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 5, 2020

Happy National Oyster Day! If you harvest oysters recreationally in WA, always check the Shellfish Safety Map at www.doh.wa.gov/shellfishsafety before you go. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy National Oyster Day! If you harvest oysters recreationally in WA, always check the Shellfish Safety Map at www.doh.wa.gov/shellfishsafety before you go.
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 10, 2020

Boaters, we appreciate you using pumpout stations across the state, in inland and coastal waters, for safe sewage disposal this summer!πŸ’§β›΅βš“ Do you have one of our pumpout adaptor kits yet? Visit pumpoutwashington.org/how-to-pump-out to learn how to get one, and how to use it.Remember, many pumpout locations charge no fee. πŸ†“β— Find your nearest station at pumpoutwashington.org/where-to-pumpout and thank you for helping keep our waters safe and clean! πŸ’©βš“πŸ’§(Photo courtesy of Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission.)#SGSafetyFirst #PugetSound #CleanUpWA #PumpoutWANational Sea Grant College ProgramPuget Soundkeeper AllianceSalmon Trout SteelheaderAustin's Northwest Adventures LLCLake Spokane AssociationThe Nature Conservancy in WA ... See MoreSee Less

Boaters, we appreciate you using pumpout stations across the state, in inland and coastal waters, for safe sewage disposal this summer!πŸ’§β›΅βš“ Do you have one of our pumpout adaptor kits yet? Visit https://pumpoutwashington.org/how-to-pump-out to learn how to get one, and how to use it.

Remember, many pumpout locations charge no fee. πŸ†“β— Find your nearest station at https://pumpoutwashington.org/where-to-pumpout and thank you for helping keep our waters safe and clean! πŸ’©βš“πŸ’§

(Photo courtesy of Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission.)

#SGSafetyFirst #PugetSound #CleanUpWA #PumpoutWA

National Sea Grant College Program
Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
Salmon Trout Steelheader
Austins Northwest Adventures LLC
Lake Spokane Association
The Nature Conservancy in WA
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 6, 2020

Great Blue Heron are a common sight on our shores. Did you know that their wingspan can be 5.5-6.5 feet wide? #harborwildwatch #learnhavefun ... See MoreSee Less

Great Blue Heron are a common sight on our shores. Did you know that their wingspan can be 5.5-6.5 feet wide? #harborwildwatch #learnhavefun
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 5, 2020

Today is National Oyster Day! Treat yourself to some #oysters - grilled, raw, Rockefeller, fried... you pick! Buying oysters from your local #shellfish farmer and ordering out from your favorite #seafood restaurant helps support the shellfish industry within your community. pcsga.org/buy-from-our-growers/#EatSeafoodAmerica #NationalOysterDay #shuckit #shuckyeah ... See MoreSee Less

Today is National Oyster Day! Treat yourself to some #oysters - grilled, raw, Rockefeller, fried... you pick! 

Buying oysters from your local #shellfish farmer and ordering out from your favorite #seafood restaurant helps support the shellfish industry within your community. 

https://pcsga.org/buy-from-our-growers/

#EatSeafoodAmerica #NationalOysterDay #shuckit #shuckyeah
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 5, 2020

Happy National Oyster Day! Celebrating all of the oysters grown and harvested in Washington. Slurp! Washington State has been cultivating shellfish for more than 160 years providing a safe, sustainable product to the region and the world. Washington State is the largest producer of farmed shellfish in the United States. It is estimated that Washington shellfish growers directly and indirectly employ more than 3,200 people and provide an estimated total economic contribution of $270 million. #digWAshellfish Washington State Department of Agriculture Washington State Department of Natural Resources Economic Development Council of Mason County Recreational Shellfish Program, Washington State Department of Health ... See MoreSee Less

Happy National Oyster Day!  Celebrating all of the oysters grown and harvested in Washington.  Slurp!  

Washington State has been cultivating shellfish for more than 160 years providing a safe, sustainable product to the region and the world.  Washington State is the largest producer of farmed shellfish in the United States.  It is estimated that Washington shellfish growers directly and indirectly employ more than 3,200 people and provide an estimated total economic contribution of $270 million. 
#DigWaShellfish  Washington State Department of Agriculture Washington State Department of Natural Resources Economic Development Council of Mason County Recreational Shellfish Program, Washington State Department of Health
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 7, 2020

🌊Check out our newest field report from the South Sound light trap to πŸ“ŠPlot-Along-At-Home with us πŸ¦€! pacshell.org/light-trap.asp 🌊Our featured creature this week is the ever so slippery penpoint gunnel! Try to catch these critters in tidepools, hiding under shells and rocks. The green, red and brown color phases help these eel-like fish blend in with surrounding algae! 🌿🐟🌿🌊Visit our webpage to download the latest Critter Card, the Graceful Rock Crab! Tune in each week for new discoveries and fun facts about Puget Sound marine life! 🐚 ... See MoreSee Less

🌊Check out our newest field report from the South Sound light trap to πŸ“ŠPlot-Along-At-Home with us πŸ¦€! http://pacshell.org/light-trap.asp 

🌊Our featured creature this week is the ever so slippery penpoint gunnel! Try to catch these critters in tidepools, hiding under shells and rocks. The green, red and brown color phases help these eel-like fish blend in with surrounding algae! 🌿🐟🌿

🌊Visit our webpage to download the latest Critter Card, the Graceful Rock Crab! Tune in each week for new discoveries and fun facts about Puget Sound marine life! 🐚
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