Category Archives: Events

Throughout the year, the Northeast Seafood Coalition hosts events and fundraisers to increase awareness of the New England groundfish fishery and our organization’s mission.

Lectures and Guest Appearances

The Northeast Seafood Coalition regularly participates in events, lectures and makes appearances to raise awareness of the current state of the groundfish fishery and to promote the work we do on behalf of our membership. Recently, you may have spotted us at the New Bedford Working Waterfront Festival, the Managing our Nation’s Fisheries Conference in […]

Festivals and Forums

Annually, the Northeast Seafood Coalition is an exhibitor at events like the New Bedford Working Waterfront Festival and other events highlighting fisheries in New England.  Check back for our next road adventure!

Groundfish Industry Rally

The Northeast Seafood Coalition hosted the 2013 Groundfish Industry Rally on April 29 at the Boston Fish Pier in Boston, Mass.—the hub of the Northeast groundfish fishery—to unite the industry and call upon the federal government for disaster assistance and mitigation needs to keep small businesses viable and preserve the vital and historic groundfish fishing […]

KNOW FISH : BETTER SCIENCE

The “Big Money Raffle & Auction” is held annually in February. It’s an evening filled with fresh, local seafood, entertainment, live and silent auctions, great company, and of course – the infamous raffle! With each $100 ticket purchased, you have the chance to win $10,000, $5,000, $2,000, $1,000 or $500. All proceeds from the event went to support NSC.

Cape Ann Brewing Company & NSC Celebrate Local Flavors

NSC and the Cape Ann Brewing Company partnered recently to celebrate lesser-known and underutilized seafood caught in the waters just off the coast of New England. The Pub at Cape Ann Brewing Company hosted a five-course seafood dinner with a beer pairing for each course. Plus, local fisherman and musician Paul “Sasquatch” Cohan entertained the crowd with his original music. Proceeds from the evening went to support the work of NSC.