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July 25, 2014 12:31 PM

Olympia neighbors plant thousands of oyster seeds to help clean up Budd Inlet

The ninth annual East Bay Drive Olympia Harbor Oyster Seed Project takes place Saturday. Project organizer Dan Mazur expects to plant thousands of baby oysters this weekend, bringing the total to 40,000 since August 2012.

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