Resource list: Local Seafood and Community Supported Fisheries

Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore magazine

present 

South Shore Locavores

Local Seafood and Community Supported Fisheries

June 2012

Books available in the Old Colony Library Network:

Fish: recipes from the sea by C.J Jackson. 2012.

The River Cottage fish book: the definitive guide to sourcing and cooking sustainable fish and shellfish.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, 2012.

Knack Fish and seafood cookbook: delicious recipes for all seasons. Doug DuCap, 2010.

Fishmonger’s apprentice: the expert’s guide to selecting, preparing, and cooking a world of seafood
taught by the masters.
Aliza Green, 2010.

Four fish: the future of the last wild food. Paul Greenberg, 2010.

For Cod and Country: more than 250 simple, delicious, sustainable fish recipes. Barton Seaver, 2011.

Fish Without a Doubt: the cook’s essential companion . Rick Moonen, 2008.

Fish forever: the definitive guide to understanding, selecting, and preparing healthy, delicious and
environmentally sustainable seafood.
Paul Johnson, 2007.

 

Websites:

sossexi.org South Shore Seafood Exchange, Scituate, MA

capeannfreshcatch.org Community Supported Fishery in Gloucester

harvest-delivery.com Cape Cod Fish Share

capecodcsf.wordpress.com Cape Cod CSF

Island Creek Oysters Island Creek Oysters in Duxbury, also a distributor of Kingston’s own Rocky Nook Oysters

eatlocalfish.com Portland, Maine: direct sales of fresh fish

mass.gov/dfwele/dmf Mass. Division of Marine Fisheries: recreational saltwater fishing regulations/permits, fishery resources, fish in season. 2012 Recreational Fishing Guide available online

fishwatch.gov U.S. seafood facts; helps consumers make smart sustainable seafood choices

massaqua.org Mass. Aquaculture Assn.: aims to promote the continued development of fish farming and improve conditions affecting aquaculture in MA

savingseafood.org Non-profit that conducts media and public outreach for the fishing industry

namanet.org Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance

Articles:

The Future of America’s First Fishery: improving management of the New England Groundfishery. Michael Conathan, Center for American Progress, May 1, 2012. americanprogress.org/issues/2012/05/pdf/ne_groundfishery.pdf.

The End of the Line. Brian Walsh. Time Magazine (cover and featured article), July 7, 2011.
Can farming fish take the place of catching them?

On Eating Sustainable Fish. Mark Bittman. New York Times, April 7, 2010.

The Future of Fish and Fishing in America’s Oceans. PEW Environment Group, 2009.

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