Sustainable Seafood: Boston Festival

What is new in sustainable fisheries? If you are in Boston try to attend some of the events surrounding the
Green Living Festival that focus on fisheries. On Saturday, April 10, listen to a panel discussion Connecting Fishermen, Chefs and the Food Community. The speakers include:

Glen Libby – fisherman,
Port Clyde Fresh Catch, Port Clyde, Maine
Joseph Margate – executive chef,
CLINK, The Liberty Hotel, Boston, Mass.
Cerise Mayo – program director,
New Amsterdam Market, New York, N.Y.
Moderator:
Peter Baker, Manager,
New England Fisheries Campaigns,
Pew Environment Group, Harwich, Mass.

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here to learn more about the event.

On Sunday, watch the new documentary,
The Fish Belong to the People about
Glen Libby and other fishermen who founded the nation’s first community-supported fishery (CSF), Port Clyde Fresh Catch:

Their proactive association develops new ways of fishing at sea. And on land, they retool how their catch is sold, marketing their fish as a high-quality local product that comes fresh off the boat and straight to the public.

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here to learn more about the event.

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