Building Oyster Reefs for protection of living shorelines is the popular thing to do right now. At the meetings lately its all about aesthetics. This is one example of Pallet Reef Balls placed randomly that has that natural beauty of a living shoreline. One thing that stands out is that its not about straight lines.
Living Shoreline Demonstration Project, Louisiana Photo cutesy of CPRA’s St. Bernard Parish Living Shoreline Demonstration Project, funded by the Coastal Impact Assistance Program The Tetra Tech team used analytical and […]
First you place the Reef Balls, sediment accumulates then return and plant marsh grass. Article retrieved from https://www.texassaltwaterfishingmagazine.com/fishing/education/conservation/oyster-lake-shoreline-protection-project-completed Oyster Lake Shoreline Protection Project Completed John Blaha June 2014—smooth cord grass being […]
There are some Reef Balls that seem to be way underwater along the texas coast. One of the sites I have been watching is Oyster Lake. The image below […]