Scorton Creek Oysters Scorton Creek OystersScorton Creek OystersScorton Creek OystersScorton Creek Oysters

Scorton Creek Oysters in W. Barnstable, MA


Founded in 1996, Scorton Creek Oysters is a 6 acre farm run by Scott & Jennifer Mullin.

Some of what we grow is available year-round.
90 Alderbrook Lane
W. Barnstable, MA

map | farms nearby

1 miles from West Barnstable, MA 02668
(508) 362-8145 preferred
Fax (508) 362-8145

E-mail info@scortoncreekoysters.com

Visit our website

 
A little about Scorton Creek Oysters
SCO produces oyster and soft shell (steamer) clams, fresh from Barnstable Harbor.

The Scorton Creek Oyster farm is truly a family business. Scott and Jenn started the farm in 1996, the year they graduated from college. Jenn’s father, Peter, joined them in 1999 and Scott’s mother, Joan, is a frequent helper. Jenn’s cousins Matt and Thomas each spent a few summers working the farm and Jenn’s sister Jessi and cousin Ally often pitch in during their summer breaks. The Mullin’s oldest daughter, Dierdre (4 1/2), loves helping out on the farm, especially zip tying the oyster bags. Baby Brenna (21 months)is enjoying all the animal life she encounters on the farm - especially the horseshoe crabs!
Scott is a former President and current Trustee of the Massachusetts Aquaculture Association (MAA), has served on the Red Tide Relief Steering Committee, and is working with a committee to establish an Agricultural Commission for the Town of Barnstable.
Jenn serves on the Board of Directors for the Southeastern Massachusetts Aquaculture Center (SEMAC) and teaches 6th graders about shellfish farming with the Horace Mann Charter School’s Math & Science Summer Academy.

Seafood

BFBL Cape Cod regularly updates the Local Food Guide. Let BFBL Cape Cod know if something is inaccurate. Or if you're the farmer, create an account to update your farm's information.