WELLFLEET SHELLFISHERMEN'S ASSOCIATION
- Our mission is to protect the character and tradition of Wellfleet’s Historic Shellfish Industry by supporting the long term viability of our wild harvesters and independent aquaculture farmers.
WELLFLEET SHELLFISHERMEN'S ASSOCIATIONOur mission is to protect the character and tradition of Wellfleet’s Historic Shellfish Industry by supporting the long term viability of our wild harvesters and independent aquaculture farmers. Read More
Welcome to Wellfleet Shellfishermen's Association
We are a member-driven trade association and non-profit organization committed to responding to the needs of Wellfleet's Shellfishing Community on issues of fisheries management and regulation, water quality, climate change and sustainable shellfish harvesting practices.
We encourage you to join today to show your support. We have four types of membership, including Wellfleet Commercial Shellfishermen, Individual Supporting Memberships, Junior Memberships and Business Memberships.
Voting membership is limited to licensed Wellfleet Commercial Shellfishers.
What our supporters are saying
Wellfleet Shellfishermen's Association is fighting to maintain public, municipal control over the largest oyster beds in Massachusetts. If you love Wellfleet or Wellfleet oysters, please take this seriously!!
A single and clear message, that the town of Wellfleet continues to manage it's natural resources through Home Rule. a long, storied and successful tradition.
that as far as shellfishing goes, the three hundred plus fisherfolk in town know what is best. and have done so for 200 years.
I support the shellfishermen of Wellfleet who have been forced to fight to preserve their way of life.
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