Related Links
For information on starting an aquaculture operation:
To learn more about extension programs in marine aquaculture, contact: Connecticut Sea Grant (860) 405-9104
For information on crustaceans and/or finfish contact: Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, Bureau of Marine Fisheries in Old Lyme at (860) 434-6043.
For information on recreational shellfishing in a specific town please visit Connecticut Sea Grant Extension Guide for Recreational Shellfishing Along Connecticut's Coast: 2016 Guide to Shellfishing Along the Coast of Connecticut (413 KB. pdf)
National Marine Fisheries Service:
Seafood Network Information Center:  “One of the world's first seafood technology network information centers, SeafoodNIC is a portal to Internet resources addressing seafood safety and quality information needs of seafood processors, inspectors, researchers, importers, and food educators.”
Explore Long Island Sound.  Take a virtual tour of Long Island Sound through images, videos, and more:
FishWatch, US Seafood Safety Facts.  FishWatch can help you make informed decisions about the seafood you eat by providing the most accurate and up-to-date information on seafood available in the U.S. FishWatch is brought to you by NOAA Fisheries Service, the U.S. authority on marine fisheries science, conservation, and management:
Long Island Sound Study: