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Saturday July 15, 2017 (6 months ago)


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 A new initiative by the Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance hopes to create a more robust local demand for dogfish and skate, both abundant in the waters off Cape Cod—but mostly shipped overseas.The Pier to Plate program, funded by a NOAA Saltonstall-Kennedy grant, is making both types of fish (dogfish is also known as Cape shark) to local restaurants and fish markets for free so they can try them out without having to invest in an unknown commodity. [...]

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