Seeking input on the Marlow Kendall LPA application
The Marine Resources Committee is seeking public input on this application
The Marine Resources Committee is seeking public input on Marlow Kendall’s Limited Purpose Aquaculture License application. Comments will be accepted until May 29, 2020. They can be directed to Daniel Devereaux (email@example.com). Please find a copy of the application and map to review.
The Town of Brunswick has unique shellfish management program. The Town of Brunswick has over 1,600 acres of intertidal shellfish growing area along its 61 miles of coastline. The town currently licenses 50 commercial shellfish harvesters and many recreational harvesters. License numbers are determined by conducting shellfish inventory surveys every other year. Licensed harvesters are vested into the program and must accumulate conservation hours annually to remain eligible to retain their license the following year.
The Brunswick Marine Resource Committee along with the Marine Resource Officer conduct various enhancement, propagation, protection, and mitigation efforts each year. The Brunswick Marine Resource Committee meets the first Wednesday of each month.