|Primary Format: Cloth|
|Size:||6 x 9 in.|
|Subject(s):||Nature & Environment|
Good Tidings: The History and Ecology of Shellfish Farming in the Northeast
Barbara BrennesselCloth: $22.95
[T]his offering is a mini-encyclopedia on shellfish . . . that any . . . may want in their library.
Good Tidings, indeed! In her book, Barbara Brennessel has assembled a wealth of information into an accurate overview of the shellfish aquaculture industry in the northeast. Thorough enough to serve as a text for an aquaculture course but also written in a style easily understood by the general public, this is a book I will recommend to anyone wanting to learn more about the growing, green industry of shellfish farming.
—Rick Karney, Shellfish Biologist/Director, Martha’s Vineyard Shellfish Group
Barbara got her hands dirty (and wet) researching this book, and it shows! If you're interested in what it takes to grow an oyster or raise a clam, this book is for you.
—Bill Walton, Fisheries & Aquaculture Specialist, Cape Cod Cooperative Extension & Woods Hole Sea Grant
BARBARA BRENNESSEL is Professor of Biology at Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts. Originally trained as a biochemist, she has a wide range of interests in the natural world, which she has cultivated during her summers on Cape Cod. She is the author of Diamonds in the Marsh: A Natural History of the Diamondback Terrapin (2006).