Clammers clear new Oceanville kayak launch
Island Ad-Vantages|April 22, 2021
As part of the Shellfish Conservation Committee’s community service, several dozen clam harvesters cut trees, cleared brush and hauled away six truckloads of marine junk to create this kayak launch in Oceanville.
LESLIE LANDRIGAN

Haul out six truckloads of trash and two boats

STONINGTON—About 30 volunteer clam harvesters cut trees, cleared brush and hauled debris from the neglected boat launch near the old tin quarry shed building in Oceanville, the select board learned on April 19.

Now the weedy patch of shorefront is a parking lot and kayak launch.

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