Title

"Needing Each Other." According to Sherman Hoyt, coordinator of the Georges Riv

Source

Island Journal

Date

1998

Volume Number

Volume 15

Pages

76

Abstract

"Needing Each Other." According to Sherman Hoyt, coordinator of the Georges River Clam Project, clammers would rather be out digging clams, but they realize a healthy flat is essential to their fisheries. Years of experimental local management have taught everyone what doesn't work and provided lessons for the future. State biologist Sherman Aho designed another effort, in Maple Juice Cove. Details.

Subjects

Clams, Shellfish industry

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