09 October 2012

• “Smaller Fleet, Fewer Fish, But After 300 Years Fishing Still Defines Chatham,” MA



“And although the industry has changed drastically in the last 300 years, there is a growing movement to make sure that intimate connection between townspeople and the ocean doesn’t change.

”Eldredge doesn’t expect folks to eat fish three times a day, but hopes they realize their neighbors, and fishermen up and down the Cape, are still going to sea and coming home with what they caught, much like they did centuries ago.”

Source: WickedLocal.com/Provincetown


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