Harvesting the Bay by Ray Huling
Fathers, Sons and the Last of the Wild Shellfishermen

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A generational story of fathers and sons and the lives of New England shellfishermen.

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Ray Huling, a twelfth-generation Rhode Islander, comes from a long line of quahaugers. Drawing on his own history with shellfishing, he has written extensively about marine affairs for the town of East Greenwich, Rhode Island. Huling earned a graduate degree from New York University's School of Journalism and was a Fellow in the Reynolds Program in Social Entrepreneurship. .
Published July 3, 2012 by Lyons Press. 288 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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These include enclosing sections of the bay contaminated by sewage runoff (though there is still the possibility of depuration of quahogs taken from polluted waters), regulating how the fish are harvested by licensing (prohibition of dredging, limitations on the daily catch), and dealing with the...

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