Estuary Oysters LLC Overview
Estuary Oysters is an LLC created to initiate the save one of North America’s largest and most bio-diverse estuaries for generations to come, by resurrecting Apalachee Bay’s waters, via “ranching oysters” profitably.
By re-establishing a vibrant water filtration system via “oyster ranching” back into Oyster Bay and Spring Creek, Estuary Oysters LLC will raise millions of hatchery spawned oysters each year, at the surface of the water, in protective cages, that will feed an ever expanding seafood seeking human population, while creating “living wage” jobs for local families, cleaning up and reviving the water for all aquatic flora and fauna, while cultivating the cleanest and tastiest oyster available anywhere on the planet.
- One mature oyster can filter and clean up to 50 gallons of water per day.
- One inch of new oyster bed can offset one foot of storm surge.
- 85% of all natural oyster beds are gone worldwide. (Due to pollution, dredging and draining.)
- All carbon used in creating an oyster shell is safely stored in that shell for eternity.
- Oysters are the environment’s original eco-engineers that create structure for all other species.
- Oysters are one of the most vibrant and productive sources of protein available.
- Estuary Oysters grow faster in its waters then oysters grown anywhere else in the world.
- Estuary Oysters merroir is considered to be superior due to salty-sweet firm-meat combination.
Estuary Oysters are fueled by Spring Creek, the largest freshwater spring in the world, surrounded by over a million acres of pristine National Forests and State Wildlife Preserves.
- Small Business Development Center – Florida Spotlight. Rob Olin shares the Estuary Oyster Success Story
- School of the Environment Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Visits Estuary Oysters
- Seafood Expo 2018 – Panacea Oyster Co-Op
- Rob Olin talks about the Panacea Pearl Oyster with the Florida Agritourism Association
- Estuary Oyster Success Story
- Panacea Oyster Co-Op winner of 2017 FISH 2.0 International Business Competition
- Rob Olin – Saltwater Farming in 2017 with Estuary Oysters
- WFSU Radio Program – Oyster Revival
- Annual Cluster Shuck Oyster Festival
- Rob Olin interviewed on Florida Talk Show – The Usual Suspects
- 2017 “Outside the Box” new business award
- Oyster Farming – Kay Olin, Panacea Oyster Cooperative
- Legislators Love Panacea Pearl Oyster at Visit Florida’s street fair
- Rob Olin – Oyster Rancher and Chairman and CEO of the Panacea Co-Op Corporation
- In The Media – Oyster ranching could reinvigorate Florida’s oyster production
- In the Media – Oysters Could End Hunger
- Video Overview of Estuary Oysters
- The Wakulla News Article
- 85% of all natural US and global oyster beds are gone
- Panacea Pearl @ Discovery on Parade 2017
- Oyster Ranching: Resurrecting a dying industry in Wakulla County’s waters