Comments for: With a cut in clamming licenses looming, Brunswick harvesters consider digging quahogs to save jobs

Posted Dec. 09, 2013, at 4:37 p.m.

BRUNSWICK | Brunswick-area shellfish harvesters are looking at better management of the large, hard-shelled clams known as quahogs as one way to offset what could be a “significant” reduction in the number of commercial softshell clamming licenses in town. Largely due to the infestation of the predatory European green …

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