DELICIOUS

Estuary Oysters uses the latest industry innovations and government best practices (from hatchery…to harvest…to processing )to ensure the freshest, healthiest and most DELICIOUS oyster in the world…grown right here in Florida… for the future of Florida’s water, tourism and people! Clean, Salty, Sweet, Firm & Delicious!
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RESTORING

Estuary Oysters is a team of passionate “ranchers” committed to the resurrection of our coastal community, by re-introducing Oysters, the keystone species (original eco-engineers) back into our estuary. Over 3,000 other species rely on Oysters to survive and thrive. Helping Nature… to save Nature!
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GROWING

Estuary Oysters are raised amid North America’s most biologically diverse and necessary estuary. Apalachee Bay is fed by the world’s largest fresh water shed spring, Spring Creek, surrounded by 1,000,000 acres of pristine Federal and State Forests, with four tidal flows each day.  Our hatchery spawned oysters grow faster, cleaner and healthier here than anywhere else on Earth.”
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Kay Olin – Owner

Former President of Local Focus Radio, she is a 30+ year radio veteran with both local and national experience. A skilled manager and leader, Kay strategically captains her team to win and uses her professional network and access to support her partners. As a recognized leader in the broadcast industry, at the local and national level, Kay’s credibility and creativity has set her apart.   Kay is the National Chair for the Alliance for Women in Media (AWM) and serves on the MIW’s E...
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Corporate Overview

Olin and Associates is a progressive organization of conservation oriented assets and associates, creating sustainable solutions, strategic plans, creative marketing ideas and sales systems to individual companies as a team of experienced leaders. We are currently partnered with the following Companies: Estuary OystersESTUARY OYSTERS GROWS THE WORLDS MOST ESSENTIAL AND DELICIOUS OYSTER IN THE MOST NUTRITIOUS AND PRISTINE WATERS ON THE PLANET. Our Oysters are grown in Apalachee Bay's upper w...
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