Photo illustration/New England Boating,
The Rhode Island Shellfish Management Plan has begun teaching classes on how to clam, according to an article in the Providence Journal. But the aim of the class isn’t only to instruct people how to clam. Members also hope to raise awareness of the importance of protecting one of Rhode Island’s cherished and iconic resources.
Clams aren’t just an important food source, say members. They’re also vital water purifiers, filtering some 50 gallons of seawater a day.
Share this Article On
Follow NEW ENGLAND BOATING:
Like New England Boating on Facebook
. Follow us on Twitter
Receive our Daily News Update: .
Don’t forget to sign up for our monthly newsletter!
Each month our emailed newsletter keeps you up to speed on the top news items, videos, destinations, reviews and fishing articles on New England Boating, so you won’t miss a beat. It’s convenient, it’s free, and you can opt out at any time!
About the Author
linked source The information in this post was obtained from an outside source. For author and source information, click on the reference link provided at the end of the post.