View On The Grafting Seat
Time lapse of Josh grafting (seeding pearl oysters) at Kamoka
This last trip to the farm felt different than past trips. This time I went with the intention of getting as many grafted oysters in the water as possible after not having grafted in a few years (grafters I trained have been doing the job for us). The grafting (seeding of the oysters) is highly specialized work, requiring lots of practice, focus and long hours to master.
Thank you for your support and for enabling us to do what we love.
Have you consider open up your own grafting school in a near future?
I love reading about work life and the people who have chosen to make the lagoon their place of work. I can’t think of anything more enjoyable or beautiful. I feel you blog gives an honest idea of what it is to be apart of Kamoka Pearls and live in the community. The work may be difficult, but there are moments the waters energy give back to the soul. I long for this energy from water. My soul feels stagnate with the frozen waters of Minnesota. We are in the winter season. During the summer lakes, ponds, streams, and rivers run free. Energy of nature flows abundantly. I have been to the ocean a couple times and felt the energy is double Minnesota waters. My longing for ocean life will never end now that I have had a taste of it. I am planning to move to ocean life in the future. For now your blog about Kamoka and the people quench my soul. Thank you