Introducing the 2022 team for new documentary Tide to Table. Are you or someone you know connected to the oyster fishing industry? Let us know!
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What sparked our interest was reading the stories about the oyster and shellfishing industry in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. That story led us to want to learn more about oysters and the significant role they play in our ecosystem and economy. More importantly, what effects our society is having on them.

Now, we are headed all over the East Coast states to talk to our local oyster fishermen and women about their experiences farming with the tides. We are seeking out all levels of fishermen, from professional to small farm owner, in New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. 

The Pacedocs  2022 Spring Documentary:

Tide to table

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