Living in coastal New Hampshire in 2012, I had an unexpected conversation with the wife of a local fisherman. It was through this chance meeting that I first became aware of the grim plight of New England’s centuries-old fishing communities, which led me to the discover how this once iconic and proud American trade had devolved into a slow, quiet death spiral while America was importing about 90% of its seafood. Worse, no one seemed to notice.

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