Hood Canal

One of the only fjords in the United States, Hood Canal is a long, skinny tongue of oyster nirvana tucked inside Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Pacific oysters love it here. They grow wild everywhere, and on farms throughout its length. With ideal, hard-packed gravel bars formed wherever the countless rivers of the Olympic Peninsula pour into Hood Canal, this is the home of the intertidal beach oyster.

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