Farms and Boats

Captain Mike Monfonte is the youngest member of this fishing family. The Monfonte family has been fishing in Pt. Judith for many generations. Captain Mike recently purchased...
Located within the hills of Central Massachusetts, Ashland Farm is picturesque landscape in the small town of New Braintree. The Pollards offer a wide variety of native sweet...
Captains Jack Cox and David Tucker share fishing duties on Emily’s Weigh – and then share fish with restaurants and the public from their Blue Ocean Market, a small retail...
Joey Tucker is a third-generation farmer. His father continues to work at a dairy farm in Franklin, MA. Joey raises Angus beef, Suffolk lambs and Hampshire cross pigs at...
We’re a small family owned and operated farm with locations in Aroostook County, Maine, and Central Mass. We’re dedicated to the propagation and subsistence of classic...
B&B Farm is a family run farm that has been in business for over 65 years. This farm utilizes clean sustainable growing methods without the use of any chemicals including...
Farm Store in Barre, Massachusetts, we are dedicated to preserving New England agriculture. With five generations and counting, our family has maintained our 1,000-acre...
Both John and Cindy West studied Aquaculture at the University of Rhode Island, learning about the raising and farming of fish and shellfish. Together, they operate the Cedar...
Captain Victor Carpenter started fishing as a 15-year old deckhand and became a captain by 25. Victor now owns the F/V Kate & Sean and operates it on short trips out of...
Red Fire Farm began on a 50 acre piece of land located in southern Hampshire County on the corners of Taylor and Carver streets in Granby, MA. The land had been fallow for a...
Lerøy Seafood Group is the leading exporter of seafood from Norway and the world’s second largest producer of Atlantic Salmon. Our vision is "Lerøy in every kitchen...
Joe Goodness has a 23-foot fiberglass boat he trailers to different areas to harvest his clams - using a bull rake to dig the clams. It is hard work with no protection from...
Farming Turtles, Inc. produces the finest fresh-growing organic microgreens, baby greens and mushrooms. We grow wheatgrass for humans and pets too! Our wonderful greens are...
Captain Billy McIntyre owns and operates the Fishing Vessel Shady Lady, a 46-foot longliner from New York. He and his four-man crew fish for swordfish, mahi, tuna and wahoo...
The Dismas Family Farm complements the other Dismas programs. Designed to be self-supporting, this working farm produces crops, animals, and finished wood products, as well...
Captain Andy Saraspe fishes from San Diego on the F/V Sarah Renee. Andy's boat is run by a three-man crew: himself, Steven Ford and Bill Gaedke. They land local spot...
Ortega Cruz runs a co-op of artisan fishermen located along the Pacific coast of Baja. Working together, these fishermen catch fish using traditional hand lines and low-...
A group of commercial fishermen in Westerly, Rhode Island, handline fish from small skiffs on a daily basis. These fishermen catch the fish with lures or baited hooks...
Captain John Hall began fishing in 1948 at the tender age of 4. His mother still has a photo of him with his first catch: a 9lb white seabass. With that, he was hooked....
Captain Sean Roberts trolls for King (Chinook) Salmon on his vessel, the F/V Shadow. He lands the fish in Ketchikan (pictured to the left), the southeastern-most city in...
Potter Hill Farm offers vegetables, grain, and livestock, all while preserving the ecosystem. Although Potter Hill Farm is not certified organic, it does not synthetically...
Russ Blank has enjoyed a long history on the waters of Narragansett Bay and Block Island Sound. Prior to starting Rome Point Oyster Farm, he dove for quahogs in the bay. In...
Founded in 1958 by Andy and Alice Card and Stewart and Ruth Cheney, Wesley and his brother Glenn now operate Merrimack Valley Apiaries. Merrimack Valley Apiaries offers...
In 1906 Caswell and Etta Wood bought the property which consisted of a traditional farm house with all post and beam barn and wind driven well. Their only surviving child,...
Jeff and Suzanne Farrell, along with their son Ethan, have transformed a farm originally built in 1864 into a full scale produce and angus beef farm. Sunset Farm strives off...
Captain Cody Cowan trolls for King (Chinook) Salmon on his small vessel, the F/V Megan, which he docks in Ketchikan, the southeastern-most city in Alaska. Originally...
Captain Craig Brooker has been fishing out of Santa Barbara for nearly 35 years, beginning as a tender on an abalone boat in 1973. Today he fishes primarily for sablefish (...
Captain Peter Grillo has been fishing for tuna, opah, swordfish, monchong, mahi-mahi and wahoo with longline and troll methods for nearly 20 years – from the North Atlantic...
Brambly Farms was started nine years ago by Ted and Sandra O'Harte, together with their five children in Norfolk, Massachusetts. Although they've grown from a small...
Ann Marie, Kevin and Brandon Bouthillette raise Berkshire pigs, Black Angus cattle and Rhode Island Red chickens on the beautiful pastures next to their home. The know the...
Beriah Lewis Farm began in 1791 in Stonington, Connecticut. Ledyard Lewis is a 7th generation farmer. He raises nearly 1000 head of cattle on 750 acres of land. His Angus...
Captain Mike Brownfield has been fishing 40 years. He started fishing in high school on a boat owned by a friend's father. Now he is fishing the Oregon/Washington coast...
Family fun 15-acre farm in Pascoag, RI. Owner Ronald Vaz and his wife Niiko Vaz have been pig farming for over 40 years they handle 125 sows on this small farm primarily...
Captain Todd Sutton owns and operates the Sweet Misery. Captain Todd primarily takes day trips from his home dock of Newport, Rhode Island.
Started in 2011 by Ed and Tracey Fava, Fava Family Farm seeks to bring the benefits of pastured, small-farm-raised meats to the Rhode Island community. With record amounts of...
Emery Family Farm owned by Leigh Emery and Timothy Buckalew is located off Chestnut Street where Leigh’s grandfather started growing apples and peaches and raising turkeys...
Captain Harry "Trip" Whilden has been a fisherman for over 25 years. He started out as a young boy with a pole and a skiff -- and now owns and operates the F/V Lucy...
Born and raised in San Diego, Captain Tommy Scherl started fishing as a kid in 1987 by working his way up in San Diego's sportfishing fleet. In 2005 he bought the F/V...
Prior to becoming an oyster farmer, Jim Arnoux and Nick Papa began harvesting shellfish on the historic Great South Bay, the home of the original Blue Point oyster. Digging...
John Barden and Hazel Dean were married in 1930 and founded Barden Family Orchard in 1931. They planted some of the first apple trees along the eastern edge of the orchard....
Carlsbad Aquafarm is Southern California’s only shellfish aquafarm growing eco-friendly mussel, oyster, clam, abalone, scallop and culinary seaweed since 1990 in Carlsbad,...
The Kitchen Garden is a 25-acre organic vegetable farm in the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts. We grow high-quality specialty vegetables for home cooks and professional chefs.
Captain Niles Pearsall graduated from South Kingstown high school in 1986 and has been fishing ever since. He started his career as on an offshore lobster boat. He now owns...
Captain Jimmy Robinson is one of the youngest captains in Morehead City's commercial fleet. He has been fishing for nearly twenty years. Today, he fishes with a crew of...
Ostricola Nautilus Oyster Farm is a third-generation family-owned enterprise founded in 1976 and is one of the first farms to export Pacific Oysters (Crassostrea gigas) to...
A group of commercial fishermen in Tiverton, Rhode Island, handline fish from small skiffs on a daily basis. Fishermen, like Captain Richard Waltz and Captain Pat King, catch...
Co-founders Mark Reynolds and Mark Venus have partnered with Hector Gonzolez to create Maxmar (maximizing the resources from the sea), an aquaculture company based in Baja,...
In the early 1900′s, Langwater Farm was famous for its Guernsey cows and Clydesdale horses. After that, the farm had been mowed for hay until the Ames family decided to seek...

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