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VIDEO: Eastern Shore Students to Build 200 Oyster Reef Balls

Kent Island high schoolers are getting their hands dirty outside of the classroom, mixing concrete and producing habitat for oysters and dozens of other species. Over the next two years, students will contribute 200 reef balls to Eastern Shore waters.

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Cheryl Costello finds out, the project is as positive for the teens as it is for the oyster restoration effort. Watch below:

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