Eat Fresher Fish. Support Your NH Fishing Community. And taste the difference!

 

 

 Holiday Seafood Medley Session 

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One four week share gets you:

Four Full Weeks of Fresh, Seasonal NH Seafood

 

  • Week 1 (Dec 6-9) 1lb NH All Natural, antibiotic-free, Sea Raised Steelhead Trout
  • Week 2 (Dec 13-16)  3.5 lb (3 chix) Live Lobsters
  • Week 3 (Dec 20-23)  1 dozen NH Grown Great Bay Oysters
  • Week 4 (Dec 27-30)  1 lb Wild Caught Scallops 

It's your last chance for the year to get our dock to dish service. We will be back next Spring with even more options of fresh seafood from our NH Seacoast region!

  

 

New Hampshire Community Seafood (NHCS) is a cooperative of fishermen and consumers who have joined together to protect the ocean, sustain New Hampshire’s fishing industry and support the local economy.

We offer a Community Supported Fishery (CSF) and a Restaurant Supported Fishery (RSF) from May - December that provides consumers and restaurants with a weekly share of the freshest, most delicious fish available in our waters.  We encourage all of our members to invest in NHCS by buying a share of stock for $100.

Whether or not you’re a CSF member, we encourage you to eat at the restaurants that belong to our RSF.  Through their creative talents, they make our delicious local fish taste even better!

Throughout out the year, we educate New Hampshire residents about protecting the ocean and sustaining our fishing industry and advocate for better laws and policies. Look for us at local events!

We welcome volunteers to help organize pick-ups, distribute fish, or contribute other talents.

 

 
 

 

 

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