Ready to give shellfishing a try in Greenwich?
Join the Town of Greenwich Shellfish Commission for this FREE demonstration at Innis Arden Cottage (at Greenwich Point) on Saturday, March 6 at 10am to learn how to harvest your own oysters and clams.
Dress warm and wear boots.
About The Greenwich Shellfish Commission
The Greenwich Shellfish Commission manages, protects, and propagates shellfish beds in Greenwich Harbor and educates its community about their importance.
The Town of Greenwich Shellfish Commission is appointed by the First Selectman and has principal authority and responsibility for the Town’s significant shellfish resources. Their mandate is to manage, protect, propagate and conserve the Shellfish beds in the GHA, both recreational and commercial. The Commission, who’s area of jurisdiction is generally coterminous with the GHA, prepares a Town shellfish management plan, promotes the enhancement of shellfish production and harvest for both recreational and commercial purposes in Greenwich waters as well as the preservation and restoration of shellfish habitat and water quality in the GHA.