There weren’t trucks, trade routes or facilities for in-state seafood distribution – so they made their own. Ryan Speckman explains how his business, Locals Seafood in Raleigh, NC, is working around imported seafood, non-existent trade routes and other issues that keep North Carolinians from consuming true NC catch. Produced by: Maggie Burns Broadcast from the…Read More
Hooked explores how commercial fishing, recreational fishing, marine labs and climate change are intersecting in coastal North Carolina.
Barry Nash, marketing and development expert for North Carolina seafood with NC Sea Grant, sat down with us to explain why seafood in North Carolina doesn’t always reach the plates of people who live in our state. Produced by: Maggie Burns Broadcast from the Shoresides studio, Hooked explores how commercial fishing, recreational fishing, marine labs…Read More
NC Seafood’s Long Journey Home
A local seafood market in Wrightsville Beach, NC had to rework their business model in the wake of Covid-19. Lambert Long, whose family owns and operates Motts Channel Seafood, tells of both the trials and triumphs the market faced. Support the show (https://shoresides.org/support/) Want to Help: Donate – to Coastal Carolina Riverwatch an organization dedicated…Read More
How a Global Pandemic Changed a Local Seafood Market
Theresa Cantu, a scientist at North Carolina State University, explains the findings of a study on the PFA chemical levels in striped bass in the Cape Fear. Support the show (https://shoresides.org/support/) Want to Help: Donate – to Coastal Carolina Riverwatch an organization dedicated to protecting and enhancing the lands, waters, and communities across easter NC….Read More