Raceways where baby clams are kept until ready for placement in clam bags on leases in the Gulf waters.
View of Gulf of Mexico from the Shellfish and Aqualculture Research and Education Facility in Cedar Key.
Clam research assistant at the Shellfish Aquaculture Research and Education Facility in Cedar Key, Reggie Markham.
Empty clam shells on display.
Shellfish Aquaculture Research and Education facility in Cedar Key
Bagged clams at Cedar Key research facility.
The small waterfront community of Cedar Key in Levy County, has proven to be one of Florida’s most adaptable communities. The town has survived major hurricanes in the past as well as changes in the seafood industries because of regulations. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT FM’s Elizabeth Odom reports how this clam farming town has fared against the rain from tropical system Isaac.
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More than 900 volunteers across Gainesville helped clear up the invasive species Coral Ardisia during the Great Invader Raider Rally on Saturday.