Title

As federal regulations and declining stocks have decimated Maine's groundfishing

Authors

Joshua F. Moore

Source

Down East

Date

1-1-2010

Pages

36-39, 55-58

Abstract

As federal regulations and declining stocks have decimated Maine's groundfishing fleet, fishermen in Port Clyde, Maine's only remaining working port outside of Portland, have started the Port Clyde Fresh Catch coop. The group markets fish through a community-supported fishery (CSF) to individuals, farmers' markets, and restaurants. Fishermen are receiving better prices for their smaller, higher-quality catches.

Subjects

Port Clyde

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