A portion of Oregon’s southern coast is open again to razor clam harvesting.

Recent samples show levels of the marine toxin domoic acid have dropped between the Siuslaw River and Cape Blanco. Beaches from the Columbia River to Cape Blanco are now open to razor clam diggers.

Clamming remains closed from Cape Blanco to the California border because of unsafe levels of domoic acid.

Mussel harvesting, crabbing and bay clam harvesting remain open along the entire Oregon Coast.

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