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  • n. Plural form of shellfisherman.


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  • Local cheesemakers, shellfishermen, wineries are all doing well.

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  • The amount of money lost from shellfish impacts sure is causing shellfishermen alarm.

    Francois and Dano on Agricultural Yields « Climate Audit

  • There, where the pavement ended, parked where the shellfishermen park under the trees, was a green Cherokee with dark-tinted windows.

    Death on a Vineyard Beach

  • He also came face to face with one of the area's culinary specialities - edible crab - while chatting with shellfishermen, and was presented with some locally-made Sharpham Savour cheese. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • On this day in 2007 local shellfishermen learned they can expect on average about $1,400 from federal natural disaster aid, declared in response to a severe red tide bloom in the summer of 2005 that shut down much of the local industry for about three months.

    CapeCodToday Blog Chowder

  • The federal government declared the bloom a natural disaster last summer and allocated $2 million to Massachusetts shellfishermen.

    CapeCodToday Blog Chowder

  • This week, the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries held meetings in Gloucester, Chatham and Bourne to explain to shellfishermen how the money will be distributed and how to apply.

    CapeCodToday Blog Chowder

  • In Massachusetts, shellfishermen are taking a big beating after the wet season there.

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  • "I just think the guys that have got the bulk of it right now are the shellfishermen.

    Vineyard Gazette - Top Stories


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