Imani Black’s family has been involved in aquaculture in the Chesapeake Bay area since the 1800s. Imani always knew she wanted to be involved in environmental restoration and conservation, and after doing an oyster aquaculture training program she knew that this was the field she would work in for the rest of her life.

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