Partners

It’s no coincidence that partnership is part of our name…

We are one of many allies who are working collaboratively to help restore oysters to the Chesapeake Bay. The Restoration Partners below are key drivers of this important work. Many other agencies, foundations and nonprofits, and eco-minded businesses are also involved, contributing important research and funding, raising awareness, participating in programs, and more to promote oyster recovery efforts and Bay health issues. Without the support of the Maryland Congressional delegation and State leadership, our recovery efforts and successes would not be possible.

If leveraging the power of the oyster to improve the Chesapeake Bay’s health aligns with your goals, then we’d love to have a conversation about how we can work together. Contact Paul Schurick, Director of Partnerships, to learn more.

RESTORATION PARTNERS

 

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SCHOONER SUPPORTERS

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Ratcliffe Foundation

 

BUGEYE SUPPORTERS

 

 

SKIPJACK SUPPORTERS

 

 

LEADING SHELL RECYCLING ALLIANCE PARTNERS

For a full list of Shell Recycling Alliance Restaurant members, click here.

 

 

 

 

GOVERNMENT, UNIVERSITY and NGO PARTNERS

 

 

 

MERMAID’S KISS OYSTER FEST 2019 EVENT SPONSORS

Adirondack Tree Experts, Beautiful Home ServicesBig Cork Vineyards, Blackwater Distilling & Tavern, The Capital Grille, Capital Seaboard, Charm City Run, Chesapeake Bay Roasting Company, The Classic Catering People, Congressional Seafood, Crow Vineyard and Winery, Double T Oyster RanchFaidley’s Seafood, Flying Dog Brewery, George’s Mixes, Great Shoals WineryGunther and Co., Hollywood Oyster Co., J.J. McDonnell, Linganore Wine Cellars, Loch Bar,  Madhouse Oysters, Maryland Department of Agriculture, Maryland Environmental Service, Maryland Lottery, Michael and Susan Ford Charitable Foundation, MOM’s Organic Market, Philip’s Wharf Oyster Co., Proptalk, QG Community Charities, Sagamore SpiritShoreGate Partners, Tradepoint AtlanticThames Street Oyster House, Vida Taco Bar, War Shore Oyster Company, What’s Up? Magazine