- Wild oysters have nearly vanished from US coasts because of storms, oil spills, and overharvesting.
- Experts say less than 1% of America's wild oyster population remains.
- Conservationists are restoring wild oyster reefs to combat rising seas and strong storms.
Wild oysters used to populate America's coasts. Conservationists are trying to bring them back — not just for eating, but to save our coastlines, too.