Slow Fish Resource Guide
Below is a list of resources, references and partners that came up during the Slow Fish 2021 Virtual Gathering. We’ll continue to add to this list over time and hope that you find these resources helpful in your pursuit of good, clean and fair seafood!
Advocacy & Organizations
California Salmon, protecting and restoring Northern California rivers.
Eating with the Ecosystem, New England nonprofit, promoting a place-based approach to sustaining wild seafood.
Fish Philosopher – Dr. Zoe Todd, Academic, write, Métis Feminist
I-Collective, an autonomous group of Indigenous chefs, activists, herbalists, seed, and knowledge keepers.
One Fish Foundation, Sustainable Seafood Education in classrooms and communities
Save the Blue Heart of Europe, campaign to protect the Balkan rivers.
Anna Marie Shrimp, Louisiana
Bay Direct, seafood supply for Middle Peninsula of Virginia
Dakini Tidal Wilds , Pacific North West Seaweed company
LocalCatch.org, resource for finding local seafood in North America
Lost Coast Oyster Company, Florida oyster company
Marin Trust, “marine ingredients responsibly supplied”
Ocean2Table, Santa Cruz, CA
Shellem Seafood, Wilmington, NC
Sitka Salmon Shares, Alaska and Illinois
Smithereen farm, Maine
Sound Fresh Clams and Oysters, Olympia, Washington
Tuna Harbor Dockside Market, San Diego, CA
Read, Watch & Listen
Indigenous Food Access
Tlingit Gold (video)
Herring Egg Distribution in Alaska, lecture at Sealaska Heritage Institute
Kake Community Subsistence Harvest and Distribution, lecture at Sealaska Heritage Institute
Cooks Landing In-Lieu Fishing History, by Hillary Renick (video)
“New curriculum approaches water conservation through Indigenous lens” Times Standard
Taking Comfort in Seafood Ecolabels, Edible Maine
Blue Commons 101
“Away from Blue Growth and towards the Blue Commons?” by Andre Standing
Voices from the Fisheries – oral history collection related to commercial, recreational, and subsistence fishing in the United States and its territories.
Commercial Fishermen’s Input Drive – Recommendations for More Resilient Fisheries Due to Climate Change.
Direct Marketing Manual from Alaska Seafood
“Taking a Fresh Look at Frozen Seafood” – from Ectotrust
Anchored Outdoors Podcast – Fishing and outdoor podcasts
Fish Forward – CFCRI: For any Rhode Island seafood business, including restaurants, retail markets, processors, dealers, and fishermen
“The Working Life of a Dory and its Harbor” by Paul Molyneaux
Other Recommended Reading
Edible Plants of the Gulf South by Dr. Charles Allen
The Cajun Prairie: A Natural History by Malcolm Vidrine
Planning Seafood Cold Storage, 3rd ed. By Ed Kolbe, Don Kramer, and Joseph Junker
Planning for Seafood Freezing, by Ed Kolbe and Don Kramer