Sarah Rogers, a field technician with the South Carolina Oyster Restoration and Enhancement Program, hands a bag of oyster shells to wildlife biologist Jared Hulteen while building a reef on July 10, 2014, on the Beaufort River.
Sarah Rogers, a field technician with the South Carolina Oyster Restoration and Enhancement Program, hands a bag of oyster shells to wildlife biologist Jared Hulteen while building a reef on July 10, 2014, on the Beaufort River. Staff photo
Sarah Rogers, a field technician with the South Carolina Oyster Restoration and Enhancement Program, hands a bag of oyster shells to wildlife biologist Jared Hulteen while building a reef on July 10, 2014, on the Beaufort River. Staff photo

Video: Volunteers help build oyster reef in Beaufort

July 10, 2014 07:21 PM

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