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Port Clyde Fresh Catch seeks to target markets and individuals that will buy our seafood at a price that allows the fishermen to do more with less, making the fleet and the resource more sustainable.
– Glen Libby

 

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Glen Libby, manager of Port Clyde Fresh Catch

Glen Libby started his fishing career at age 14 digging clams in the St. George River. Over time he started working on his family fishing boat out of Port Clyde Maine. He served 3 years on the New England Fisheries Management Council and several years on the Maine Marine Resources Advisory Council.

He is a co founder and former Chairman of the Mid Coast Fishermen’s Association, co founder and former President of the Mid Coast Fishermen’s Coop and is currently President and manager of Port Clyde Fresh Catch, a fishermen’s cooperative in Port Clyde Maine that buys, processes and markets the local catch from area fishermen. Glen was a partner in the establishment of the Nation’s first Community Supported Fisheries (CSF) program that was the catalyst for the establishment of Port Clyde Fresh Catch.

Our CSF and Port Clyde Fresh Catch were created to showcase our belief as fishermen of the Midcoast Fishermen’s Association and Midcoast Fishermen’s Coop that a new way of marketing our seafood was essential to the long term sustainability of not only the resources we have in our local fishing grounds but the fishing communities along our coast.

A high volume low price model that had dominated the fishery for years had resulted in resource depletion and elimination of most of Maine’s community based small boat ground fish fleets. Based on the realization that market is an integral part of any sustainable fishery, Port Clyde Fresh Catch seeks to target markets and individuals that will buy our seafood at a price that allows the fishermen to do more with less, making the fleet and the resource more sustainable.

Port Clyde Fresh Catch has re started much needed seafood processing infrastructure in the fishing village of Port Clyde that further enhances the viability of the local fleet by reducing transportation costs and creating new markets for underutilized species.