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The Beaver State podcast Episode 36: Razor Clams

November 25, 2020

The Beaver State Podcast is a product of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife that takes a look at hunting, fishing and wildlife viewing in Oregon through conversations with Oregonians, ODFW staff and luminaries throughout the conservation world. Each half-hour to forty-five minute podcast will explore complex fish and wildlife topics broadly and in detail, and future episodes will feature weekly information from the Recreation Report.

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Episode 36: Razor Clams

If you live in Oregon, you're probably already familiar with razor clams. One of the most popular, family-friendly recreational activities on the coast, razor clamming is a fun tradition today and the clams have been an important food source on the coast for thousands of years. ODFW Shellfish Project Management Leader Matt Hunter talks about razor clam biology, management and about increasing biotoxin closures in recent years in this episode.



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