Every Monday, the Nature Conservancy visits Hemenway’s Restaurant in Providence to collect oyster shells left over from the plates of hungry diners. Conservancy staffers empty a nondescript, 64-gallon bin typically brimming with more than 1,000 oyster shells. They hope the weekly haul from Hemenway’s and other local restaurants will support an oyster-restoration project hailed by…
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