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For more information on

fishing, please contact the

WDFW Fish Program.

For fishing regulation

questions, e-mail us at:

For all other questions and comments, e-mail us at:

Razor Clam season information

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Pacific Razor Clam (Siliqua patula)

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Recreational Razor Clamming

The Pacific razor clam (Siliqua patula) is an exceptionally meaty shellfish which ranges from California to Alaska. It is abundant on surf-pounded ocean beaches, but also occurs in sheltered areas along the coast. Limited diving observations have indicated some adult razor clams (S.patula) offshore for up to one-half mile. Razor clams dredged in water deeper than 30 feet, although similar to the beach clam, are a different species (Siliqua sloati).

In Washington waters, the razor clam grows to a maximum length of six inches, although they are seldom found. Clams seven inches long have been recorded, but are very rare. The life expectancy for Washington clams is five years. Again, there are exceptions, but razor clams suffer from a high degree of mortality due to predation by Dungeness crabs, shore birds, numerous species of fish and of course thousands of clam diggers. A disease was also discovered in the early 1980’s that caused mass mortalities of large numbers of clams. It is unknown how long this disease has affected clam populations. In contrast, razor clams found in Alaska may grow to eleven inches in length and live to be 15 years old, due to colder water temperatures and slower growth rates.

Razor clams are found primarily on the intertidal coastal beaches (those that are exposed at low tide) from a +3 foot level to a -2 foot tide level. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) divides the harvest areas into five major management zones (see map):

  • Long Beach from the Columbia River north to the mouth of the Willapa Bay
  • Twin Harbors from Willapa Bay north to the south jetty at the mouth of Grays Harbor
  • Copalis Beach from the north jetty at the mouth of Grays Harbor to the Copalis River
  • Mocrocks from the Copalis River to the south boundary of the Quinault Indian Reservation and
  • Kalaloch from the South Beach campground north to ONP Beach Trail 3. (This beach is closed to harvest until further notice)

Other areas where razor clams exist are: a series of sand spits in the mouth of Willapa Bay, the Quinault Indian Reservation and numerous small beaches north of Olympic National Park (ONP) Trail 3 at Kalaloch. The sand spits in Willapa Bay are referred to as the Willapa Spits and are used for commercial harvest.

Recreational Razor Clam Fishery

The Pacific razor clam is one of the most sought after shellfish in the state of Washington. Better roads and more leisure time have brought increasing numbers of diggers to the ocean beaches. It is not unusual to have as many as a thousand people per mile during a nice spring weekend day. In past years, upwards of 300,000 individuals made 650,000 to 775,000 digger-trips to the ocean beaches and harvested 6 to 13 million razor clams. Since the mid-eighties, those numbers have been greatly reduced to only 250,000 digger trips harvesting 2.5 to 3 million clams. The reduction in the clam harvest was a direct result of decreased clam population levels, thought to be caused by historical over harvest and disease.

Recreational digging for razor clams is truly a family sport. It can be enjoyed by children and senior citizens alike. All you need is a clam shovel or specialized tube, a container to put your clams in and most important, your clam license. Be sure to check the Fishing in Washington Regulation Page for the latest regulation requirements for clam digging and other sport fishing regulation updates. During the fall and winter when low tides occur at night, thousands of clam diggers brave the elements to dig by lantern or flash light. Because there is a great deal of interest in digging at all times of the year, seasons are set to allow digging during daylight spring tides when there is better weather and during the fall/winter when diggers have to deal with the elements, but not as many clam diggers.

During certain times of the year, marine toxins, produced by some species of diatoms (algae) are taken in by razor clams and concentrated. When ingested, these toxins can cause illness and in very high concentrations can be fatal to humans. The WDFW in cooperation with the Washington Department of Health (DOH) sample clams on a routine basis. If high toxin levels are detected, clam seasons are delayed or closed. WDFW and DOH work very hard to provide a safe and fun resource to enjoy.



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    Claiming Human Rights

    When Human Rights are violated in Africa.

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    Human rights, internationally agreed upon by the United Nations and many other organizations, are YOUR human rights.

    Human rights are not texts of mercy and clemency, they are legally binding rights! When your human rights are violated, you have many opportunities to fight for your human rights through international legal mechanisms. Claim your rights and use these instruments.

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    On December 10, 1948, the UN General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. For the first time in history, it was officially and globally stated that all human beings have the same fundamental rights, irrespective of race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.

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    In 1948, there were only four independent African states. Egypt, Ethiopia and Liberia voted in favour of adopting the Declaration, South Africa abstained. During the following decades, almost all African people successfully fought for independence. Colonialism, slavery and apartheid have become history.

    Today, there are 53 member states of the United Nations in Africa. Most of them have signed and ratified many of the core UN human rights treaties. These treaties and other international instruments allow everybody to claim her or his human rights!

    This website is the product of a collaboration of the German and the French Commission for UNESCO, with financial support of the Foreign Offices of France and Germany. It was launched on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 2008. It is continually updated.



    Recreational Razor Clamming, Washington Department of Fish – Wildlife, claming.#Claming


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    For more information on

    fishing, please contact the

    WDFW Fish Program.

    For fishing regulation

    questions, e-mail us at:

    For all other questions and comments, e-mail us at:

    Razor Clam season information

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    Pacific Razor Clam (Siliqua patula)

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    Recreational Razor Clamming

    The Pacific razor clam (Siliqua patula) is an exceptionally meaty shellfish which ranges from California to Alaska. It is abundant on surf-pounded ocean beaches, but also occurs in sheltered areas along the coast. Limited diving observations have indicated some adult razor clams (S.patula) offshore for up to one-half mile. Razor clams dredged in water deeper than 30 feet, although similar to the beach clam, are a different species (Siliqua sloati).

    In Washington waters, the razor clam grows to a maximum length of six inches, although they are seldom found. Clams seven inches long have been recorded, but are very rare. The life expectancy for Washington clams is five years. Again, there are exceptions, but razor clams suffer from a high degree of mortality due to predation by Dungeness crabs, shore birds, numerous species of fish and of course thousands of clam diggers. A disease was also discovered in the early 1980’s that caused mass mortalities of large numbers of clams. It is unknown how long this disease has affected clam populations. In contrast, razor clams found in Alaska may grow to eleven inches in length and live to be 15 years old, due to colder water temperatures and slower growth rates.

    Razor clams are found primarily on the intertidal coastal beaches (those that are exposed at low tide) from a +3 foot level to a -2 foot tide level. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) divides the harvest areas into five major management zones (see map):

    • Long Beach from the Columbia River north to the mouth of the Willapa Bay
    • Twin Harbors from Willapa Bay north to the south jetty at the mouth of Grays Harbor
    • Copalis Beach from the north jetty at the mouth of Grays Harbor to the Copalis River
    • Mocrocks from the Copalis River to the south boundary of the Quinault Indian Reservation and
    • Kalaloch from the South Beach campground north to ONP Beach Trail 3. (This beach is closed to harvest until further notice)

    Other areas where razor clams exist are: a series of sand spits in the mouth of Willapa Bay, the Quinault Indian Reservation and numerous small beaches north of Olympic National Park (ONP) Trail 3 at Kalaloch. The sand spits in Willapa Bay are referred to as the Willapa Spits and are used for commercial harvest.

    Recreational Razor Clam Fishery

    The Pacific razor clam is one of the most sought after shellfish in the state of Washington. Better roads and more leisure time have brought increasing numbers of diggers to the ocean beaches. It is not unusual to have as many as a thousand people per mile during a nice spring weekend day. In past years, upwards of 300,000 individuals made 650,000 to 775,000 digger-trips to the ocean beaches and harvested 6 to 13 million razor clams. Since the mid-eighties, those numbers have been greatly reduced to only 250,000 digger trips harvesting 2.5 to 3 million clams. The reduction in the clam harvest was a direct result of decreased clam population levels, thought to be caused by historical over harvest and disease.

    Recreational digging for razor clams is truly a family sport. It can be enjoyed by children and senior citizens alike. All you need is a clam shovel or specialized tube, a container to put your clams in and most important, your clam license. Be sure to check the Fishing in Washington Regulation Page for the latest regulation requirements for clam digging and other sport fishing regulation updates. During the fall and winter when low tides occur at night, thousands of clam diggers brave the elements to dig by lantern or flash light. Because there is a great deal of interest in digging at all times of the year, seasons are set to allow digging during daylight spring tides when there is better weather and during the fall/winter when diggers have to deal with the elements, but not as many clam diggers.

    During certain times of the year, marine toxins, produced by some species of diatoms (algae) are taken in by razor clams and concentrated. When ingested, these toxins can cause illness and in very high concentrations can be fatal to humans. The WDFW in cooperation with the Washington Department of Health (DOH) sample clams on a routine basis. If high toxin levels are detected, clam seasons are delayed or closed. WDFW and DOH work very hard to provide a safe and fun resource to enjoy.



    Claiming Gift Aid – Parish Resources, claming.#Claming


    Claiming Gift Aid

    This page pulls together resources to help parishes claim Gift Aid from HMRC using one of three new processes that have been introduced in 2013:

    • The ChR1 paper form
    • Online Claims
    • Claiming using commercial software

    Gift Aid claims now require more information about the donor than previously, so you will need to check your records, and if you have more recent information regarding the donor s name, address and postcode, then you should update this.

    How to claim using the paper ChR1 form:

    We have produced a short two page guide to claiming using the paper ChR1 form . It is important that this is used in conjunction with the form and its accompanying notes.

    How to claim online:

    We offer a guide to claiming online which includes a number of screenshots and walks you through the process. There are many different elements of guidance on HMRC s website we suggest you start here.

    We also offer a Gift Aid datasheet which may be helpful in preparing data in Excel it performs some simple verification that data is complete and correct, and has the limitations on field length that HMRC require. You can t upload this spreadsheet to HMRC, but you can cut and paste into the LibreOffice spreadsheet required by HMRC. You will need to use the Paste Special option and paste Numbers and not Formulas so that the data is entered into HMRC s spreadsheet in the right format.

    Claiming using Commercial Software:

    Associated Guidance:

    • If you wish to use the new Gift Aid Small Donations scheme, you will need to claim this using one of the above Gift Aid processes. Click here for full guidance on the Gift Aid Small Donations scheme.
    • Each of the above allow for small Gift Aided donations of £20 or less to be aggregated together and claimed on a single line of the form. See Making Aggregated Claims for further guidance on this.

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    Office of the Commissioner for Workmen’s Compensation, claming.#Claming


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    The primary role of the Commissioner for Workmen’s Compensation, who enjoys the powers of a Civil Court, is to implement the Workmen’s Compensation ordinance No. 19 of 1984 as amended Finally in the year 2005.

    The objective of this Ordinance is to obtain compensation from employees to workmen injured from accidents while at work or to workmen suffering from diseases attributable to the nature of employment and to their dependents in case of death of workmen from such causes. The Commissioner for Workmen’s Compensation carries out the following activities to realize the above objective.

    Receipt of complaints claming workmen’s compensation. Conducting inquiries in to the accepted applications for compensation and settlement of the problem either by obtaining the claim or by rejecting it. Collection of compensatory payments from employers. Payment of compensation to disabled or diseased workmen or to the dependents of dead workmen.

    According to the provisions to the Ordinance inquiries into payment of compensation should be conducted in the area itself where the accident occurred. Therefore, mobile courts are held in many places of the Island.

    The payment of compensation by employers in case of fatal accidents should be through the Commissioner for Workmen’s Compensation. But compensation in case of non- fatal accidents can even be paid direct to the disabled or diseased workmen with the approval of the Commissioner for Workmen’s compensation. When such direct payment is made a memorandum stating that the payment was made with the agreement of both the employer and the workmen should be signed and sent to the Commissioner for Workmen’s Compensation to be registered at his office.

    For the benefit of under aged dependants of deceased workmen, the compensation due to them are deposited with the National Savings Bank, under the trusteeship of the Commissioner for Workmen’s Compensation. After they complete 18 years of age the pass books concerned are handed over to them. If there is evidence to show that a child who has not attained the due age limit needs assistance for education, maintenance or medical treatment, the interest due on the amount lying to the credit of the under aged dependant, at the bank, can be paid to the guardians, at the discretion of the Commissioner for Workmen’s Compensation’



    Recreational Razor Clamming, Washington Department of Fish – Wildlife, claming.#Claming


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    For more information on

    fishing, please contact the

    WDFW Fish Program.

    For fishing regulation

    questions, e-mail us at:

    For all other questions and comments, e-mail us at:

    Razor Clam season information

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    Pacific Razor Clam (Siliqua patula)

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    Recreational Razor Clamming

    The Pacific razor clam (Siliqua patula) is an exceptionally meaty shellfish which ranges from California to Alaska. It is abundant on surf-pounded ocean beaches, but also occurs in sheltered areas along the coast. Limited diving observations have indicated some adult razor clams (S.patula) offshore for up to one-half mile. Razor clams dredged in water deeper than 30 feet, although similar to the beach clam, are a different species (Siliqua sloati).

    In Washington waters, the razor clam grows to a maximum length of six inches, although they are seldom found. Clams seven inches long have been recorded, but are very rare. The life expectancy for Washington clams is five years. Again, there are exceptions, but razor clams suffer from a high degree of mortality due to predation by Dungeness crabs, shore birds, numerous species of fish and of course thousands of clam diggers. A disease was also discovered in the early 1980’s that caused mass mortalities of large numbers of clams. It is unknown how long this disease has affected clam populations. In contrast, razor clams found in Alaska may grow to eleven inches in length and live to be 15 years old, due to colder water temperatures and slower growth rates.

    Razor clams are found primarily on the intertidal coastal beaches (those that are exposed at low tide) from a +3 foot level to a -2 foot tide level. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) divides the harvest areas into five major management zones (see map):

    • Long Beach from the Columbia River north to the mouth of the Willapa Bay
    • Twin Harbors from Willapa Bay north to the south jetty at the mouth of Grays Harbor
    • Copalis Beach from the north jetty at the mouth of Grays Harbor to the Copalis River
    • Mocrocks from the Copalis River to the south boundary of the Quinault Indian Reservation and
    • Kalaloch from the South Beach campground north to ONP Beach Trail 3. (This beach is closed to harvest until further notice)

    Other areas where razor clams exist are: a series of sand spits in the mouth of Willapa Bay, the Quinault Indian Reservation and numerous small beaches north of Olympic National Park (ONP) Trail 3 at Kalaloch. The sand spits in Willapa Bay are referred to as the Willapa Spits and are used for commercial harvest.

    Recreational Razor Clam Fishery

    The Pacific razor clam is one of the most sought after shellfish in the state of Washington. Better roads and more leisure time have brought increasing numbers of diggers to the ocean beaches. It is not unusual to have as many as a thousand people per mile during a nice spring weekend day. In past years, upwards of 300,000 individuals made 650,000 to 775,000 digger-trips to the ocean beaches and harvested 6 to 13 million razor clams. Since the mid-eighties, those numbers have been greatly reduced to only 250,000 digger trips harvesting 2.5 to 3 million clams. The reduction in the clam harvest was a direct result of decreased clam population levels, thought to be caused by historical over harvest and disease.

    Recreational digging for razor clams is truly a family sport. It can be enjoyed by children and senior citizens alike. All you need is a clam shovel or specialized tube, a container to put your clams in and most important, your clam license. Be sure to check the Fishing in Washington Regulation Page for the latest regulation requirements for clam digging and other sport fishing regulation updates. During the fall and winter when low tides occur at night, thousands of clam diggers brave the elements to dig by lantern or flash light. Because there is a great deal of interest in digging at all times of the year, seasons are set to allow digging during daylight spring tides when there is better weather and during the fall/winter when diggers have to deal with the elements, but not as many clam diggers.

    During certain times of the year, marine toxins, produced by some species of diatoms (algae) are taken in by razor clams and concentrated. When ingested, these toxins can cause illness and in very high concentrations can be fatal to humans. The WDFW in cooperation with the Washington Department of Health (DOH) sample clams on a routine basis. If high toxin levels are detected, clam seasons are delayed or closed. WDFW and DOH work very hard to provide a safe and fun resource to enjoy.



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