March 19, 2018
Pacific oyster shells show the oysters have died

POMS takes toll on local Pacific oysters

On March 4th a cluster of live Pacific oysters, on a rock near Mutton Cove Conservation Reserve on […]
March 6, 2018
New white shell growth on native oyster at Crusing Yacht Club 6.3.18

Update from Port River Shellfish Project

During the emergency response period for POMS, project volunteers will suspend monitoring at our Inner Harbour sites, so […]
February 25, 2018
photo of open Ostrea angasi at Torrens Island

Native oysters located near Torrens Island jetty

Dan Monceaux, a local member of the Marine Life Society, dived around the Torrens Island jetty and made […]
February 19, 2018
International Conference on Shellfish Restoration

Presentation at 19th International Conference on Shellfish Restoration

Attendees have come from Europe, USA, Asia and across Australia to Adelaide this week for the Australian Shellfish […]
February 17, 2018
Monitoring shellfish

Adelaide & Mt Lofty NRM Board support for attendance at International Conference

The 19th International Conference on Shellfish Restoration & Shellfish Reef Restoration Network Meeting will be held in Adelaide […]
February 16, 2018
Native oyster and basket with Fletch ASC employee

Monitoring oysters at Sub Corp

In the week of February 13th team members undertook our quarterly set of measures of weight and lengths […]
February 1, 2018
Oysters spawned

Our oysters have spawned

Members of the Port River Shellfish Restoration Project have been delighted to find the spat of Ostrea angasi, […]
January 13, 2018

New short film: Shellfish Revival in Port River

 Jenny Hiscock has completed a new short film about the recent natural history of the Port River system […]
December 7, 2017
Zostera (seagrass) visible with lower tide in Port RIver; photo by Kym Murphy

Foundation wins Community NRM Grant for seagrass restoration trial

The Estuary Care Foundation will receive $5K, through the Adelaide and My Lofty NRM, for a seagrass restoration […]
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