See you in 2025 for 9th Annual Quahog Week!

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Quahog Week highlights the many restaurants, markets, fishermen, and food-based businesses committed to growing Rhode Island's local food economy, with special emphasis on wild harvest clams. Restaurants and markets across Rhode Island will celebrate this sustainable resource and its year-round availability by featuring a quahog dish on their menu.

Quahog Week shines a light on our state's favorite local clam, the hard-working men and women who harvest them, and the vibrant local food industry that makes them available to consumers. Quahogging has a rich local history, supporting the livelihoods of hundreds of Rhode Island fishermen and women year-round and serving as a treasured pastime for Rhode Island families who enjoy digging their own. Demand for these delicious local clams swells in the summer months due largely to the popularity of fresh-shucked littlenecks, clam cakes, and stuffies. But they also make the perfect fare for chowders, pasta, and other dishes year-round.

Shellfish Shorts Episode 5: Learning to Clam
Shellfish Shorts Episode 2: Digging for Dollars
The Mystery of the Purloined Quahog
How to Make New England Clam Chowder - with recipe
How to shuck quahogs
Bullraking with Quahogger Nick Papa
Digging for Quahogs at Rocky Point State Park
RI Shellfisherman's Association TV Spot
A day of quahogging
Harvesting RI: “Oysters, Mussels, Quahogs”