Here is a brief update on some of the Shellfish Commission's developments as well as some great ways for you to stay connected, get involved and show your support.
- Like us on Facebook – Be sure to follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/fairfieldshellfishcommission to get the latest updates on news, events and see how the Shellfish Commission is making a difference in our community. And don’t forget to like and share our page to help spread word to your friends!
- Get Clamming! The Shellfish Commission’s Clam Clinic, where locals have the opportunity to learn how to clam from the pros and try themselves, will be held, rain or shine, on June 20th at Sasco Beach. Families and kids are encouraged to participate in this hands-on community event. We look forward to sharing additional details with you very soon. Please keep an eye out for more information on Facebook as well.
- Lend a Hand! If you have an interest in assisting with projects or events or are willing to lend your equipment on occasion, please let us know by emailing email@example.com. We are actively looking for volunteers for the upcoming Clam Clinic. As a volunteer group, we rely on other shellfish-minded individuals to help out from time-to-time so thank you in advance!
- School Programs – Shellfish Commission volunteers will be visiting with Fairfield Warde High School and Fairfield Ludlowe High School classes this Thursday morning, May 21st at Sasco Beach to provide clamming instruction and an opportunity to get the students in the water and dig for themselves! The Commission looks forward to growing the interest of our town’s youth in the enjoyment, tradition and an environmental awareness recreational shellfishing provides.
- Welcome Brian Carey, New Conservation Director – We look forward to working with Brian as he heads up the Conservation Department for Fairfield. We are excited about the wealth of experience he brings to the table. To read more about Brian, click here.
- Shellfish Commission Vacancy – If you or someone you know has an interest in serving on the Shellfish Commission, we encourage you to apply through the Office of the First Selectman. You can contact Kathleen Griffin in the First Selectman’s office for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203.256.3031.
Thanks for taking the time to read about our new developments. We look forward to sharing an update soon on our current project of creating a new recreational oyster bed at Sasco Beach. Exciting stuff!
Town of Fairfield Shellfish Commission