Cedar Point Oysters

Steve & Tess Weglarz

Durham, NH  03824
phone: (603) 502-1914
email: nhoysters @ gmail.com
  

Cedar Point Shellfish raises native American oysters in New Hampshire’s Great Bay, one of the largest and most dynamic estuaries on the Atlantic coast. The Great Bay Estuary is a unique environment created by the natural forces of tide and rainfall. The Piscataqua River carries cool salt water from the Gulf of Maine in with the tides, where it blends with the freshwater rivers of a 1000 square mile watershed draining the uplands of the Maine/New Hampshire border. The immense volumes of ebb and flow cause some of the strongest tidal currents in North America, creating a rich and diverse ecosystem where native oysters have flourished for millennia. Today we farm the Bay sustainably, adding nothing but seed oysters and letting nature do the rest. Like the ""terroir"" of wine, oysters have their own unique ""merroir"" or essence of the waters in which they grew!"


How to Buy Our Local Food Products
restaurants This farm sells to restaurants.
retailers This farm sells to retailers.
Farmstand
  The Franklin Oyster House and Sanders Fish Market, Portsmouth, NH

Seafood

oysters