What is an upweller?
An upweller is a shallow 15’X 6′ tank with sixteen 18″ diameter silos. The silos have a fine screen bottom that allows water to flow up (upwell) into the silo. The water then exits through a flow hole cut in the side of the silo near the top.
Location of Upwellers
Stop by any of our locations below and talk to the people who take care of the baby clams and oysters in that nursery, called an upweller. We would enjoy telling you what we are doing and how this and YOU can help improve and protect the bay.
- How many clams are in there?
- Where do you get them?
- How fast do they grow?
- What do you do with them?
- Your question
Mondays – Mid June through Sept
Seaside Park / Island Beach State Park – Island Beach State Park Marina at 24th and Bayview Ave., South Seaside Park (Just outside the park entrance.) at 1 P.M.
Tuesdays – Mid June through Sept
Cattus Island County Park – 1169 Bandon Road Toms River at the Ocean County Parks & Recreation Dock at 10 AM.
Thursdays – Mid June through Sept
Surf City Yacht Club (LBI) – N. 9th and the Bay, South Parking Lot, Surf City at 5PM.
Traders Cove Park / Marina – 40 Mantoloking Rd, Brick Township at 10 AM.
Fridays – Mid June through Sept
Little Egg Harbor Yacht Club (LBI) – Norwood Ave & Bay, Beach Haven, 9 AM.
Old Coast Guard Station (LBI) Pelham Ave. & The Bay, Beach Haven 9:30 AM.
Mantoloking Yacht Club – Bay Ave. & Downer Ave. Mantoloking, 10:00 AM.
Barnegat Light Nursery (LBI) – Boat Ramp, 10th & Bay, Barnegat Light, 11 AM.
Morrison’s Marina (LBI) – 525 2nd St, Beach Haven, Beach Haven, 11 AM.
Saturdays – Mid June through Sept
Holiday Harbor Marina – 115 Admiral Way Waretown, 8 AM.
(This schedule was revised on June 24, 2017)