Five years ago this month in this unspoiled fishing port immortalized by three generations of Wyeths, Mr. Libby and about a dozen cohorts banded together to try to rescue their depleted fish stock and their profession.
The result (“after trial and error with a lot of error” in Mr. Libby’s words) was Port Clyde Fresh Catch, the country’s first community-supported fishery, now part of a burgeoning movement trying to do for small-scale local fishermen what community-supported agriculture does for farmers.
October 3, 2012 | 0 Comments
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