Cleaning Rows

Barb heads over to the fresh-water seep to wash off after cleaning rows.
We've been scratching the last few rows to prepare them for planting seed clams.  Using hand rakes, we go through the 14' x 50'-100' rows to remove any clams left from previous crops and also pick up any shell and debris.  We'll rake it one more time on the day we plant seed clams to remove any small crabs in the sediment, then we'll cover the row with netting.


  1. Hello, the one image you have uploaded won’t load so I can’t see the gardening picture you have posted. Please fix the error. Thanks!

  2. I have seen very few girls in this kind of tough yet challenging jobs. Though it's tough but i am sure it's fun job for those who like water and sea.