How an aquafarm is saving the environment with oysters and mussels

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Seafood lovers and conservation enthusiasts visiting San Diego’s North County can now participate in a unique guided tour of a state-of-the-art aquafarm, where you can learn about coastal sustainability – and afterwards, get an oyster-shucking lesson and tasting while overlooking a tranquil lagoon.

The Carlsbad Aquafarm is an innovative facility situated on the picturesque Agua Hedionda Lagoon in the coastal town of Carlsbad. Helping to preserve the Southern California wetlands and clean the ocean, this aquafarm harvests over two million pounds of shellfish annually and is dedicated to sharing its message of sustainability with visitors who tour this eco-friendly and fascinating operation.

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