"Oregon statutes and administrative rules, as applied to oystering, do not define the term 'production.' As a consequence, people can hold oyster claims for extended periods of time without reporting meaningful planting or production. Thus an individual can lease an unlimited amount of oyster land and continue his or her lease rights by reporting production of less than a gallon of oysters." (p.1) In this document, Fish Commission staffers lay out a problem with oyster production on leased State lands, and suggest solutions. Note: in 2015, oyster regulations are covered by Oregon Revised Statutes 622.210-622.360.
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