Life on the edge: Will clamming survive?

Does this young clammer in St. George have a future as a commercial or even a recreational clammer? The mudflats he rakes contain increasing numbers of clams challenged by green crabs, milky ribbon worms and acidic water.   A panel of hands-on science experts and clammers will discuss the changes and what they mean to our St. George River. Bring your own experience and questions on Thursday, August 3 at 7 pm, town office, Tenants Harbor.  Refreshments provided.  Sponsored by the Conservation Commission and the Friends of St. George.

PHOTO: Suzanne Hall

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