Pond to table

Abstract/Description: There are three non-native crayfish species that can out-compete our native signal crayfish and destroy vital habitat here in Oregon. For this month's Pond-To-Table Series, we take you hunting for Louisiana red swamp crayfish in the Willamette Valley, wrangling ringed crayfish in the Umpqua River and rounding up rusty crayfish on the John Day River. We'll walk you through the techniques, but good, old-fashioned hand-grabbing is hands-down the best way to get them. Then we'll show you how to cook up a good crayfish boil, Louisiana style.
Subject(s): n-us-or
Crayfish -- Control -- Oregon
Introduced invertebrates -- Control -- Oregon
Cooking (Crawfish)
Date Issued: [2020]