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Can North Carolina’s Local Seafood Movement Help Save its Fishermen?

By Christina Cooke
Civil Eats

A group of forward-thinking fishermen are appealing to the local food scene by marketing the nearly 50 types of fish across four seasons to their

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FALL 2016 Community Supported Fisheries Are Here!

Walking Fish Cooperative & Community Supported Fishery (CSF)
Check the website to sign up for a weekly share of delicious local seafood

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Carteret Catch Urges Folks to Eat Local Seafood

The Carteret Catch program is working towards helping folks enjoy quality, local seafood on the Crystal Coast.

While more than 80 percent of our country’s seafood is imported, they say

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A Guidebook for Fishing Communities

The manual titled ‘Responding to Emergencies at Sea and to Communities Under Extreme Stress’, or RESCUES for short, consolidates a wealth of information to help prepare individuals, groups and entire

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NC Catch Board Member Hemilright Pays It Forward With Fish

Several commercial fishermen from the Outer Banks have been paying it forward this winter with donations of fish to a local food pantry. Buddy Coppersmith (F/V Emily Shay), Jimmy Taylor

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Annual Catch Summit Docks in Beaufort

From The Carteret County News-Times

Wild, locally caught seafood may become a niche market, or it may already be one. But whatever its future, seafood industry stakeholders and state officials


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