Student Project | Back to Tuluwat | Qiyu Wang & Zhenyu Wu

Back to Tuluwat is located in Humboldt Bay, California, USA, and focuses on improving the survival of the Veyote people on Tuluwat Island.

The Veyote are one of the few remaining Native American Indians who have lived on Tuluwat Island in Humboldt Bay for generations and have made a living from oyster-based mariculture. Humboldt Bay, located in an inlet bay off the Pacific coast, is rich in underwater life and is home to a variety of fish, marine plants and molluscs. One of the most well-known species is macroalgae, which forms a magnificent textural landscape on the sea floor. The symbiosis of macroalgae and oysters in the bay will

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