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Mean, green eatin' machines

Jim Weldon is the manager and coordinator of the Shediac Bay Watershed Association. He gave Vanessa an update on the invasive green crab, which is increasing in numbers in Shediac Bay and could disrupt the eel and clam harvests. His association is applying for funding to further study the invasive species which he hopes will make the case for introducing a bounty to control the green crab population.

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