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visit the long beach island foundation of the arts and sciences march 5th to hear mathew gregg, owner of forty north oyster farms, discuss the legacy and the importance of oysters, for the 10th consecutive winter, the l b i f  science committee is hosting its informayive, interactive science saturday talks from 11am to 1230pm in the foundations main buildong in loveladies. according to gregg, oyster hamlets once littered the mid atlantic coast. hamlets turned to villages, villages turned to towns, towns turned to cities. it was the mighty oyster that built it all. in this case, the botany of desire proved to be lethal. a victim of its own success oyster stocks collapsed and with it,  a way of life. admission to science saturday lectures is free for foundation members. a $5 dollar donation per person is requested from all other attendees. breakfast are provided by little bite of italy in surf city. for more information, call 609-494-1241 or visit

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