Port Orford Sustainable Seafood will offer a part of its catch at the Umpqua Local Goods store, 736 S.E. Cass Ave. beginning April 3. Shoppers must sign up as shareholders in the community supported fishery, or CSF, to get the seafood. The fishery supports local fishermen by providing a market for their catch. It is based on the community supported agriculture model, in which farmers sign up customers to receive monthly shares of produce. Port Orford Sustainable Seafood was Oregon’s first CSF. Fisherman Aaron Longton started it in 2009 when he sold his fish at farmers markets from the back …
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