A Little Shellfish

September 30, 2015 | Shellfish News
Jean Claude Frajmund's startup in Newburgh is of the jumbo variety. Early last month, he opened the doors to Eco Shrimp Garden—New York's first ... ...read more
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Land ownership raised as issue for clam farming

September 30, 2015 | Shellfish News
The Shellfish Conservation Commission must decide at its Oct. 8 meeting if it wants to recommend to the Town Council an amendment to the town's ... ...read more
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Sport crabbing reopens as ocean toxin clears

September 29, 2015 | Shellfish News
Shellfish, for the most part, can live with it, according to Trainer. The blooms are a natural part of the ocean environment. In some cases, shellfish ... ...read more
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Aquaculture methods prompt resurgence of Virginia's oyster industry

September 29, 2015 | Shellfish News
The refining of this process is just one of the latest trends in the rapid growth of shellfish aquaculture — the breeding and harvesting of fish in water. ...read more
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Tryon roadwork could damage oysters, says PEI Shellfish Association

September 29, 2015 | Shellfish News
The P.E.I. Shellfish Association says it still has concerns about the environmental impact of a highway construction project in Tryon. ...read more
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Collaborative Effort Produces a 10 Year Summary of Nantucket Harbor Research

September 28, 2015 | Shellfish News
nantucket harbor NANTUCKET – The Maria Mitchell Association, in collaboration with the Nantucket Land Council and the Nantucket Shellfish ... ...read more
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The perfect protein

September 26, 2015 | Shellfish News
Chef Ned Bell does a mussel demo at the P.E.I. International Shellfish Festival, last weekendl. Bell is the executive chef at the Four Seasons Hotel in ... ...read more
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Advocates: Oyster farming may hurt threatened shorebirds

September 26, 2015 | Shellfish News
They are asking the state to delay expansion of the Delaware Bay shellfish farming industry until more studies can be done on its impact on the red ... ...read more
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South coast of Washington reopens to crab fishing; clamming still undecided

September 25, 2015 | Shellfish News
The recreational Dungeness crab fishery along the southern Washington coast will reopen immediately, state shellfish managers announced Friday. ...read more
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South coast of Washington reopens to recreational crabbing

September 25, 2015 | Shellfish News
OLYMPIA — The recreational Dungeness crab fishery along the southern Washington coast will reopen effective immediately, state shellfish ... ...read more
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