The amazing variety of premium oysters available here have put the Ocean State on the map. Our dedicated farmers work hard to not only …
Ocean State Aquaculture Association (OSAA)
The Rhode Island Oyster Trail, presented by Ocean State Aquaculture Association (OSAA) and generously supported by the Newport Oyster Festival, celebrates Rhode Island’s aquaculture and promotes the heritage and future of this important piece of the economy within the Ocean State.
Highlighting oyster from the Ocean State the Rhode Island Oyster Trail is your guide to the local farmers that grow them and the restaurants that serve them year-round.
Connect with an industry that is a growing part of Rhode Island’s culture and know that the oysters you order are fresh from our waters, straight from our farmers.
RI oyster farming: a sustainable industry
RI Oyster Varieties
Rome Points Beavertails Moonstone Oysters Pearly Whites Winter Pearls Cedar Island Oysters Ninigret Salt Ponds Moonstones Walrus & Carpenter Quonnie Siren™ Oysters Eastern Salt Pond Selects Ninigret Nectars™ Charlestown Salts Quonnie Rock Oysters Rome Point Oysters Gansett Points Crassostrea Virginica Beaver Tails® Dutchies Matunucks Walrus & Carpenters Newport Cups Oysters® Ninigret Cups Block Islands Poppasquash Oysters Watch Hill Oysters Potter Moon Oysters Umami Oysters™ Umami East Beach Blondes™ Breachway Oysters Venus Wild Goose Oysters Block Island Beauties Quonset Point® Hope Islands Quonsets Fox Island Dutch Island Oysters
Connecting shellfish lovers year-round to RI oysters, farmers, and the local restaurants that serve them. 😀
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