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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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Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Awards $40,000 to NC Catch

Two-year grant to strengthen North Carolina’s seafood economy

Trustees of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation have awarded a grant to NC Catch to support the organization’s work of elevating North

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Scary News About Seafood: We're not eating enough

Here’s some scary news about seafood: Most of us are not eating nearly enough of it. A whopping 80 to 90 percent of Americans do not get the recommended minimum

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Sea to School: Models of Local, Sustainable Seafood

At school districts around the country, farm to school programs are looking beyond the field and out to sea. From coastal New England to the Alaskan shores, schools are incorporating

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Seafood Throwdown at Day at the Docks

The annual Day at the Docks Seafood Throwdown will start at noon, Saturday, September 19, 2015.

You won’t want to miss this first ever interisland throwdown!

The 2015 Seafood Throwdown


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