CLF has just released a new guide to help fledgling food businesses connect with commercial kitchens at neighborhood schools, churches, synagogues, or other community organizations.
The Maine legislature is considering a bill that would help Maine farms bring more of their food to our tables. “An Act To Support School Nutrition and Expand the Local Foods Economy” (LD 1431) supports Maine in producing and consuming more of its own food. Under a two-pronged approach, the bill gives crucial start-up capital…
It was a busy week on TalkingFish.org. A summary of this week’s posts: an opinion piece on Congressional efforts to prevent fishery managers from implementing new catch share programs; the first post in an exclusive interview series with a NOAA fisheries biologist; the latest piece in Lee Crockett’s “Bottom Line” series; and a weekly roundup of interesting news stories.
A listing of recent posts on TalkingFish.org. This week: an interview with Chef Jeremy Sewall of Lineage, Island Creek Oyster Bar, and Eastern Standard; a post about upcoming river herring runs; and a roundup of this week’s fish stories in the news.
This week’s stories from TalkingFish.org – eating local seafood at Rhode Island restaurants; opinion on Wednesday’s Fishermen Rally in Washington, D.C.; and a roundup of news stories.
This week on TalkingFish.org: An interview with seafood consultant Mark Usewicz, an update on potential changes to the industrial Atlantic herring fishery, and a roundup of the week’s interesting fish news stories.
This week’s posts on TalkingFish.org: Interview with RI chef Matt Jennings; Talking eelgrass and protecting fish habitat; and our weekly roundup of interesting and relevant fish news.
This week on TalkingFish.org: A New Year’s resolution to gain weight in the ocean, thoughts on fisherman Steve Arnold’s rescue from the Atlantic, an interview with seafood buyer Max Harvey of Summer Shack, and a roundup of the week’s fish stories.
Catch up with the latest news from TalkingFish.org, a blog brought to you by CLF and other organizations and individuals who want to see a sustainable fishing industry in New England and abundant fish populations for generations to come. TalkingFish.org aims to increase people’s understanding of the scientific, financial and social aspects at work in New England’s fisheries. Here’s what went on this week.
This was a big week for TalkingFish.org! We launched a re-designed website as well as a new Special Features section, making it easier than ever for you to get the information you’re looking for about the scientific, financial and social aspects at work in New England’s fisheries. Here’s a weekly recap of this week on TalkingFish.org