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VIDEO: Hyatt Cambridge Adds Oyster Farming “Mini-Museum”

The upscale Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay resort in Cambridge hosts people from all over the world. For many travelers attending a destination wedding or international conference, it’s their first impression of the Bay region.

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Now, the marina, spa, and golf resort is teaming up with Hoopers Island Oyster Co. to educate guests about aquaculture and the role of oysters in our ecosystem.

A new exhibit just off the Hyatt’s waterfront walkway is growing oysters that may even wind up on a plate at the onsite restaurants. Cheryl Costello shows us the resort’s newest attraction, just in time for its Oyster Days Thanksgiving week celebration. Watch below:

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