Posts tagged Water
Flooded: How grassfed beef can save oyster farmers.

Over ten trillion gallons of water flowed through the Bonnet Carre Spillway during the summer of 2019, and each of those intruding units of river water freshened the brackish ecosystem that exists in the Mississippi Sound, resulting in massive die-offs of blue crabs, shrimp, and oysters. 

A permanent solution is to stop the flooding instead of attempting to control it.  The best way to take control of the flooding is to find a farmer who understands healthy water cycles and partner with the family by purchasing food directly from them. 

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