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River Herring play an important role in the culture, ecology, and economies of coastal towns in Massachusetts. Because river herring are so important, many citizens dedicate a great deal of their time to protecting the rivers and ponds these fish spawn in.

The River Herring Network hopes that this website will serve as a place where herring wardens and river herring enthusiasts can communicate about their runs, learn from each other, locate assistance, and stay up to date on news and regulations.

 

  • Carter Beal
  • Herring swimming
  • Middleboro Festival
  • River Herring Moratorium sign
  • Town Brook Plymouth Jenney Grist Mils fishway
  • Carter Beal Conservation Area
  • Herring Swimming
  • Middleboro Festival
  • River Herring Moratorium Sign
  • Town Brook, Plymouth, Jenney Grist Mils Fishway

 

 

From Forum

Herring Public Forum Exemption to Wetland Act for herring protection
DaveC > 25-July-2016

Herring Run Counts 2015 Herring Counts
DaveC > 25-July-2016

Herring Management Town Brook alewives get a free ride to Billington Sea
KnightofNi > 29-April-2016

Herring Public Forum River Herring Migration Series at WHOI
KnightofNi > 30-April-2015

Eels Fines Increased for Herring Poaching
Jones River > 15-April-2015

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