Landmark Marin County deal with Hog Island will preserve land for oysters, agriculture

June 2, 2021

The Marin Agricultural Land Trust has completed a $1.1 million conservation easement with Hog Island Oyster Co. on the parcel in Marshall the company owns across from its headquarters on Tomales Bay. It’s the first easement involving aquaculture in the history of the land trust, which was established in 1980 and has set aside more than 54,000 acres of Marin County farmland from development.

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