Slate's Working

00:00

Jul 14, 2019 Before heading out to Long Island to visit Widow’s Hole Oyster Farm, Jordan couldn’t even picture what an oyster farm looked like. So there was a lot to learn from talking to Mike and Isabel Osinski, the owners of the small family farm that supplies oysters to some of New York City’s most high-end restaurants. Mike and Isabel discuss how they went from developing financial software in the city to raising their children on an oyster farm, the lengthy life cycle of an oyster and the extremely efficient farming system that their son, an engineering student at Yale, designed for them.You can email us at working@slate.com.Podcast production by Jessamine Molli.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

You're listening to
Slate's Working
on demand via

Personalized news and talk radio for your commute, workout and on-the-go.