Smoked Salmon, and Other Side of the Road Seafood

Submitted by Catherine Schmitt on Tue, 08/02/2011 - 09:41

Fresh Crabmeat.
Live Lobster.
Cherrystones, Mussels, Clams.

The hand-made signs that decorate the roadsides of downeast Maine are clues to the region’s seafood industry, an independent and enterpreneurial collage of individuals and families who dig for clams and worms, collect periwinkles, dredge for scallops, rake seaweed, trap lobsters and crabs, and tend salmon.

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