Port Clyde Fishermen Break Tradition to Keep Jobs

Publication: NPR's Morning Edition

Author: Rachel Gotbaum


09/07/2010 - New England's fish stocks are severely depleted. A lack of fish, plus the high cost of going to sea, has put a lot of fishermen out of business. A group of fishermen in Port Clyde, Maine, are changing the marketing and processing of their catch in hopes of making more money on fewer fish.

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