Category Archives: Community Supported Fisheries

Red’s Best Seafood Supports New England Fishing Industry

Until recently, practically the only way to get local seafood in Boston was if you caught it yourself.  Thanks to community supported fisheries like Cape Ann Fresh Catch, and now, an innovative company called Red’s Best Seafood, pescovegetarians like me … Continue reading

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Scenes from the 2012 Boston Local Food Festival

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Boston Seafood Festival: A Place to Sea and Be Seen

The Boston Fisheries Foundation launched a new initiative to support New England’s sustainable fisheries with a celebrity chef-studded Sustainable Seafood Gala on Friday night, Friday, October 5 and a lively Boston Fish Pier Seafood Festival on Saturday, October 6, both held … Continue reading

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Fun Facts About Fish (and CSFs)

On Thursday night, March 24, Cape Ann Fresh Catch, the community supported fishery (CSF) that I belong to, held their first ever “Meet & Greet” event in a stately, enormous room at MIT.  Since I’ve written about my CSF in … Continue reading

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