Clams, types of, safe harvest — Fri May 22 / Oak Bay Park

Come to the MRC co-sponsored clam harvest education program a week from Friday.
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> Good information in this workshop, especially with the unusual early closures of some local Hood Canal beaches to shellfish harvest. Please register if you are planning to attend. Also, please let me know if you are willing to help staff the registration table.
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> Digging For Dinner
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> Fri. May 22, 12:15 pm
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> Oak Bay County Park
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> Free event ($5 donation/family suggested)
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> Jefferson County Marine Resources Committee and WSU Extension are working with WA Fish and Wildlife Department biologists Camille Speck and Doug Rogers to teach the public about best practices for harvesting clams on local beaches. Find out about different types of clams, where to find them, how to harvest safely and sustainably, and the basic rules and regulations that assure delicious clams this summer and into the future.
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> Please encourage family, friends and neighbors to register for the event by going tohttp://www.jeffersonmrc.org and/or registering at: http://clamming.brownpapertickets.com
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> Contact Cheryl Lowe, cheryl.lowe or 360-379-5610 x 230 for more info about volunteering.
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> Cheryl Lowe
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> Jefferson County Beach Watchers Coordinator
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> cheryl.lowe
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> (360) 379-5610 ext. 230
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> WSU Jefferson County Extension
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> 380 Jefferson St.
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> Port Townsend, WA 98368
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> http://jefferson.wsu.edu
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> http://www.jeffersonmrc.org

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