The Massachusetts ports of New Bedford and Gloucester are studying Portland's Fi
The Massachusetts ports of New Bedford and Gloucester are studying Portland's Fish Exchange as a solution to some of the problems facing their fishermen -- Massachusetts officials believe that the establishment of fish exchanges in those ports will give fishermen the incentive to improve the quality of their catches, thus attracting more buyers who will bid up the prices they receive for their fish, an important consideration in a time of declining catches and increasingly stringent regulation -- Thomas Valleau, the director of Portland's waterfront, fears that the establishment of such exchanges at other New England ports will work to the detriment of Portland
Fish exchanges, Fisheries, Port of Gloucester, Mass, Port of New Bedford, Mass, Portland Fish Exchange
"The Massachusetts ports of New Bedford and Gloucester are studying Portland's Fi" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 11462.
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