Long Island plans to fight flood risks with clam and oyster shells

By enjoying a plate of oysters at certain Long Island restaurants, you can now truthfully claim you are doing your part to combat climate change. The logic underlying this seemingly wild assertion is that seafood scraps can help mitigate flood risks and it’s a claim the town of Hempstead has bought into hook, line and sinker, according to the Wall Street Journal. Here’s how it works: conservationists will be dumping used shells, bundled in mesh […]Home Page,Commercial Real Estate,long island,Residential Real Estatehttps://therealdeal.com/2018/07/14/long-island-plans-to-fight-flood-risks-with-clam-and-oyster-shells/