Natural Resources & Shellfish

The Brewster Natural Resources Department oversees shellfish propogation and regulation.

Coastal studies, grants and information:

Shellfishing Permits & Fees:

  • Non-Commercial Shellfish Regulations
  • Resident over 70 years of age (lifetime License) $5.00
  • Resident Annual Shellfish Permit $25.00
  • Non-Resident Annual Permit $125.00
  • Non-Resident (one week) $20.00

Mooring and Kayak Rack Regulations & Fees: $25.00 (Due by Feb 15.)

To moor a boat in Brewster, you must fill out the attached application and contact the Natural Resources department. All moorings (existing and new) must apply annually for a mooring permit. Permits are due for renewal February 15 of each year.

Hunting Information:

Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Brewster Flats is a community organization working with the DNR to preserve and protect Brewster's natural environment.

Pond Reports:

Applications, Forms, & Documents

 
Chris Miller, Director
Shellfish Phone: 508-896-4546
Fax 508-896-8089
Email: shellfish@brewster-ma.gov
Ryan Burch, Asst. Shellfish & Natural Resource Officer
Shellfish Phone: 508-896-4546
Fax 508-896-8089
Email: rburch@brewster-ma.gov

 

Title
2016 Kayak Rack Information
AmeriCorps in Brewster: Shellfish Gear Repairs
Shell Recycling with Americorps
AmeriCorps in Brewster All Week
Stony Brook Herring Run Gets Help From AmeriCorps
Farm To Table Introduces Students to Oyster Cultivation
Brewster Ponds Meeting 10/29/15
Oyster Schedule
Ellis Landing Littleneck/Oyster Schedule--Fall 2015
Assessment of the Century Scale Sediment Budget of the Brewster Coast
AmeriCorps adds 520 volunteer hours to their total in Brewster.
AmeriCorps Lands in Brewster
Breakwater Beach Resiliency Project
LAND grant to acquire property adjacent to Drummer Boy Park
Ellis Landing Fall Littleneck/Oyster Schedule 2014
2014 Ellis Landing Littleneck Schedule
Ellis Landing Spring Littleneck Schedule
Intro to ShellFishing for Kids
Lower Mill Pond Dam Rehabilitation Project is underway
Stony Brook Project Team receives President’s “Coastal America Partnership Award”
Dolphin strandings continue
Ellis Landing Spring Littleneck Schedule
Freemans Pond Culvert project at Paines Creek Landing
Saint's Landing/Paine's Creek stormwater work
COMMERCIAL SHELLFISH REGULATIONS
2011: Littleneck beds open April 17th until Saturday April 23rd
Plastic disks on beach - updated 2011.04.13
Bay Friendly Landscaping and Lawn Care
Affordable Rental Ready Renter List
Paines Creek Landing stabilization 2011.01.31
Significant beach erosion this week
Dolphin stranding at Crosby Landing on Friday
Dolphin stranding near Point of Rocks
Fall oyster fundraiser
Stony Brook Salt Marsh Restoration Work Gets Underway This Fall
Spring 2010 Learn to Shellfish Program a Success!
Dolphin stranding this weekend 2010.04.10
Wing Island trail/bridge and field restoration 2010.03.25
Storm damage to the beaches 2010.03.01
Stony Brook Culvert Detour Meeting 2010.02.25
Field Restoration 2010.02.19
Cape Cod Bay and responsible boating
Paine's Creek Landing Repairs 2010.01.16
Last weekend's storm...2010.01.05
Quivett Marsh Vista conservation property
DNR: 2009 in review
2009.07.01
Volunteers wanted for the DNR
Mooring Regulations
Brewster Ponds Study Report