The Midcoast Fishermen's Association was formed in Port Clyde as a nonprofit adv
The Midcoast Fishermen's Association was formed in Port Clyde as a nonprofit advocacy group in 2006. A year later, the group launched the Midcoast Fishermen's Cooperative to market members' catch and provide a direct link between fishermen and consumers. The group developed the state's first Community Supported Fishery, modeled after the Community Supported Agriculture movement. It created a business-marketing model and the Port Clyde Fresh Catch brand. At the core of the group's efforts is a strong conservation ethic, focused on catching low volumes of high-quality fish. With details on gear modification techniques to help conserve the fishery.
Midcoast Fishermen's Association Port Clyde
Eayrs, Steve Kramar; Laura, Libby Glen; and Litteral, Jennifer, "The Midcoast Fishermen's Association was formed in Port Clyde as a nonprofit adv" (2009). Maine News Index - Island Journal. 417.
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