Sunday, October 1, 2023

Prince William Discovers Oyster Shell Recycling on New York Bay Reefs

The Prince of Wales is on a two-day visit to New York. Upon his arrival in the United States, Prince William headed to Governors Island, where he met with those responsible for the Billion Oyster Project. This association works to preserve and restore the reefs of New York Bay.

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The Prince of Wales begins his stay in New York on Governors Island

The Prince of Wales began his two-day visit to New York this Monday, September 18, 2023. As soon as he disembarked from the plane, the heir to the British throne headed to Governers Island. This 70-hectare island is located south of Manhattan and includes fortifications visited by tourists. Since 2010, New Harbor School has been on the island. It is a public school that prepares high school students to continue their studies in the maritime sciences sector.

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Prince William met Pete Malinowski, CEO and co-founder of the Billion Oyster Project at the island’s marina. The Prince of Wales made his visit surrounded by students from the New Harbor School. The students know by heart the island that serves as their main place of study during their practical work in a marine environment. A few days ago, the students had been informed that they would receive a visit from a personality. They had been given little information and many thought it would be President Joe Biden who would make an appearance. “It was shocking! “It’s not something I expected.”Kynara told Town & Country magazine after discovering the identity of her visitor.

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Prince William discovers recycling oyster shells from New York restaurants, assembled into mounds to form reefs (Photo: Peter Byrne/PA Wire/ABACAPRESS.COM)

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With his feet in the water and in the rain, Prince William becomes interested in oyster reefs

During the visit, Prince William toured an oyster farm and saw the mountain of oyster shells donated by New York City restaurants. These shells are then used as a resource for oyster reef restoration. “It is a very good use of food waste”said William, looking at the pile. Oyster reefs are one of the methods used in the United States to create artificial reefs from natural waste. The piles of shells become new reefs once placed in the water. Reefs are very important elements of the marine ecosystem since they serve as a place of life for all types of living organisms that cling to them.

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Prince William also donned a wetsuit and joined another group of younger students on the Hudson River. The weather was not good for this first day in New York. In the rain and with his feet in the water, the eldest son of King Charles III checked out a reef in Brooklyn Bridge Park. These younger students, high school students, study at Harbor School. Billion Oyster Project works to restore New York Bay’s reefs by engaging several partner schools through educational programs.

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Nicolas Fontaine


Nicolas Fontaine has been a freelance web editor since 2014. After having been an editor and author for numerous Belgian and French brands and media, he specialized in real news. Nicolas is today editor-in-chief of Histoires royales. [email protected]

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