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We all need to do our part to protect the environment as it is ultimately the source of the food we eat and the air we breathe. If you eat, you need to support the people who provide you with food and recognize their efforts to do it right
– Amy Grondin

Woman holding a fish

Amy Grondin, commercial fisherman

Amy Grondin has been working on boats in Alaska since 1991. “My first fishing job was on a salmon tender in Bristol Bay as a deckhand. I was 25 at the time did it on a whim to see what it was like in Alaska. Call it a blue-collar holiday but I never intended to have three months of work in Alaska change the course of my life.” But it did and today she fishes for wild salmon off the coasts of Washington and Alaska from the stern of F/V Duna, the boat she owns with her husband Greg.

As the team of two only fishes the spring and summer salmon seasons, other work is required to support their fishing habit. When not fishing Amy is based in Port Townsend, Washington working as a consultant in commercial fisheries outreach and sustainable food systems. She feels that whether it’s seafood or landfood it matters where food comes from and how it is raised or harvested. “We all need to do our part to protect the environment as it is ultimately the source of the food we eat and the air we breathe. If you eat, you need to support the people who provide you with food and recognize their efforts to do it right. Add to that that it is hard work to produce food. I hope my off season work helps the fishermen and farmers that fill our plates.”

Memberships:
Seafood Producers Cooperative
Organic Seed Alliance, board member
Slow Food USA
Chefs Collaborative