Producers of sun-dried “golden oysters” from Lau Fau Shan, historically a delicacy, have been hit hard by shrinking catches and other problems. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Producers of sun-dried “golden oysters” from Lau Fau Shan, historically a delicacy, have been hit hard by shrinking catches and other problems. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Producers of sun-dried “golden oysters” from Lau Fau Shan, historically a delicacy, have been hit hard by shrinking catches and other problems. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Environment

Plagued by dwindling harvests and shrinking shellfish, Hong Kong oyster farmers turn to conservation group for answers

  • The Nature Conservancy starts gathering data to help oyster farmers figure out host of problems
  • Farmers say Deep Bay has become overcrowded since mainlanders began farming oysters too

Topic |   Environment
Producers of sun-dried “golden oysters” from Lau Fau Shan, historically a delicacy, have been hit hard by shrinking catches and other problems. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Producers of sun-dried “golden oysters” from Lau Fau Shan, historically a delicacy, have been hit hard by shrinking catches and other problems. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Producers of sun-dried “golden oysters” from Lau Fau Shan, historically a delicacy, have been hit hard by shrinking catches and other problems. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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