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COMMERCIAL FISHING: THE BLUE GLUE OF COMMUNITIES

COMMERCIAL FISHING: THE BLUE GLUE OF COMMUNITIES

Selectman Paul McCormick lives on the south side of Dennis where there are still signs of an ancient weir fishery that began with Native Americans and later helped build the Cape.  
He happily answers visitors’ questions about the historic fishery in the context of the industry’s importance today.

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COOKING UP HAKE AT MEET THE FLEET

COOKING UP HAKE AT MEET THE FLEET

Chef Lisa Whelan of Dancing Spoons Catering stood before a crowd of about 70 people, bottles of honey, ginger, and apple cider vinegar arrayed before her and a thick piece of cornmeal-encrusted fish browning on the burner.

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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF THE FISHERY COUNCIL

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF THE FISHERY COUNCIL

A skate plan, an ecosystem update, fisheries protections in wind lease areas, criminal charges, and the fate of sea clammers were just a few of the items discussed by the New England Fishery Management Council in February – and that was just day one of a three-day meeting.

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