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Time to hit the beach with ODFW’s clamming workshops

June 2, 2014

Family Clamming
ODFW’s razor clamming workshops are suitable for the entire family.
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SALEM, Ore. -- The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife invites you to come play in nature’s largest sandbox during its Family Clamming Workshops on June 14 and 15 at Fort Stevens State Park near Astoria.

ODFW is teaming with Oregon State Parks in a family-friendly workshop that will show participants everything they need t know to go digging for razor clams on Oregon beaches, how to clean the clams, and give you recipes for cooking them.

The workshop on Saturday will go from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. On Sunday, the workshop will begin at 7:30 a.m. and end at 3:30 p.m. Participants will register for one or the other. The cost is $52.00/person for adults; $12.00/person for youth. The registration fee includes the use of all necessary equipment, instruction and materials. Participants must provide their own lunch, and all participants 14 years or older mus have an Oregon shellfish license.

Pre-registration is required. More information about the class and how to register can be found at


Mark Newell (503) 947-6018
Jessica Sall (503) 947-6023

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