Jeff Auger and Luke Gardiner load bags of oysters from a hatchery into growing cages on the Damariscotta River in Maine on a bitter cold Jan. 7, 2015. They work for Mook Sea Farm, whose owner Bill Mook has studied the impact of ocean acidification on his operation and helped develop a state plan for combating the problem.
Jeff Auger and Luke Gardiner load bags of oysters from a hatchery into growing cages on the Damariscotta River in Maine on a bitter cold Jan. 7, 2015. They work for Mook Sea Farm, whose owner Bill Mook has studied the impact of ocean acidification on his operation and helped develop a state plan for combating the problem. McClatchy
Jeff Auger and Luke Gardiner load bags of oysters from a hatchery into growing cages on the Damariscotta River in Maine on a bitter cold Jan. 7, 2015. They work for Mook Sea Farm, whose owner Bill Mook has studied the impact of ocean acidification on his operation and helped develop a state plan for combating the problem. McClatchy

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