Good Morning Great Marsh

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Many images created during the making of Danger in the Reeds and a limited number of delux Phragwrites Pens may be ordered by clicking here, secured payments through PayPal. The color prints are carefully prepared and printed by a professional color lab. All proceeds will help us reach more people with Danger in the Reeds. Learn more.


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Foundations and corporations interested in helping us reach a larger audience are invited to contact Richard Hydren at 508-954-1298.


Where have all the herring gone?
with Dave Sargent

Dave Sargent is the Herring Warden and Shellfish Constable of Glouceste., Dave invites us to explore the diadromous fish runs that are a central aspect of the area's coastal ecology. Diadromous fish include species of herring such as alewife and blueback as well as American eels. Their role in the Great Marsh environment as a forage base is critical to the many fish species that migrate through this region.


 
 

Danger in the Reeds is being produced by Staddles Productions
with the help of Dr Gregg Moore, Peter Phippen and Geoff Walker.

We would all like to express our graditude to our many Kickstarter supporters
without whom this project would not be possible.


Rick Hydren  ~ Office: 978-948-3346, Cell: 508-954-1298
PO Box 715, Rowley MA 01969

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