Did you know that many Connecticut towns offer recreational harvest opportunities? Learn when and where to go shellfishing and more how-to information below.
For recreational harvesters:
2016 Guide to Shellfishing in Connecticut
For local shellfish commissions:
State Regulatory Guidance Documents
Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Conference (ISSC)
ISSC 2013 Summary of Actions *latest version
Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Manual
Catching Value: An Economic Assessment of Connecticut Recreational Shellfish Harvest.
University of Connecticut economists and Sea Grant Extension staff are undertaking the first statewide economic assessment of recreational shellfishing. To learn more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (860) 405-9215.
Annual Gathering of Shellfish Commissions
Organized by Connecticut Sea Grant, this meeting covers all aspects of local shellfisheries management and features regulatory guidance from the Department of Agriculture/Bureau of Aquaculture. Contact: email@example.com or (860) 405-9104.
|2016||12th Annual GFSC agenda||Presentations (download PDF):Brysh, DeRosia-Banick, Getchis, Macklin, Nikituk, Savona Surabian, UConnEngr, Yang|
|2015||11th Annual GSFC agenda||Presentations (download PDF):
Getchis, Pawlik, DeRosia-Banick, Pomeroy, Chadwick
|2014||10th Annual GSFC agenda|
|2013||9th Annual GSFC agenda|
|2012||8th Annual GSFC agenda|
|2011||7th Annual GSFC agenda|
|2010||6th Annual GSFC agenda|
|2009||5th Annual GSFC agenda|
|2008||4th Annual GSFC agenda|
|2007||3rd Annual GSFC agenda|
|2006||2nd Annual GSFC|
|2005||1st Annual GSFC|
|2001-2004||Eastern Commission Meetings|