Farms and Boats

Captain Billy McIntyre owns and operates the Fishing Vessel Shady Lady, a 46-foot longliner from New York. He and his four-man crew fish for swordfish, mahi, tuna and wahoo...
Founded in 1912 by Jon Chandler, David Jr., Jon’s great-grandson, now operates Meadowbrook Orchards. Meadowbrook Orchards focuses on harvesting apples, but also deals with...
Started in 2011 by Ed and Tracey Fava, Fava Family Farm seeks to bring the benefits of pastured, small-farm-raised meats to the Rhode Island community. With record amounts of...
Captain John Hett started fishing not because his father or grandfather fished, as is common in the industry, but rather solely because he loved the water and decided to...
A group of ten San Diego divers (including Pete Halmay pictured to the left) harvest California sea urchin by hand in fertile kelp beds less than two miles off the San Diego...
Skipper and owner Chris Roebuck leads a team of deckhands in landing, shucking and washing scallops on-board the F/V Karen Elizabeth, a Point Judith, Rhode Island-based...
Operated by father-daughter duo Jim and Emily Harvey, our sixth generation farm covers approximately fifty acres. It is our mission to preserve our land and legacy for future...
Heifer Farm is an educational farm for the public to learn more about the sustainable agricultural practices that Heifer International supports around the world. Heifer...
Born and raised in San Diego, Captain Tommy Scherl started fishing as a kid in 1987 by working his way up in San Diego's sportfishing fleet. In 2005 he bought the F/V...
Joe Goodness has a 23-foot fiberglass boat he trailers to different areas to harvest his clams - using a bull rake to dig the clams. It is hard work with no protection from...
A native San Diegan, Donald Krebs has been fishing for 34 years. He started fishing tuna and swordfish on a lark in 1976 by joining a friend who had a harpoon boat. Together...
Brambly Farms was started nine years ago by Ted and Sandra O'Harte, together with their five children in Norfolk, Massachusetts. Although they've grown from a small...
Captain Abel Araujo started fishing in 1979 and spent his first five years on the water as a deckhand. Between then and captaining his first vessel, Abel served as the cook,...
Captain John Hall began fishing in 1948 at the tender age of 4. His mother still has a photo of him with his first catch: a 9lb white seabass. With that, he was hooked....
Captain Sean Roberts trolls for King (Chinook) Salmon on his vessel, the F/V Shadow. He lands the fish in Ketchikan (pictured to the left), the southeastern-most city in...
Leyes de Reforma is a co-op of artisan fishermen in the Central Pacific region of Baja, California. Working together, these fishermen launch small panga boats daily from the...
Captain Bill Mulvey owns and operates, together with Captain Eddie Coughlan, the 70-foot Stormy Elizabeth from its principal port in Point Judith, RI.
Captain Marty Scaion owns and operates the Fishing Vessel Provider II. He fishes out of Beaufort, North Carolina, for seven months of they year. Captain Marty longlines from...
Officially founded in 1975 when the Town of Natick’s School Committee agreed to give the land to the Red Wing Farm project, Natick Community Organic Farm offers a wide...
Ostricola Nautilus Oyster Farm is a third-generation family-owned enterprise founded in 1976 and is one of the first farms to export Pacific Oysters (Crassostrea gigas) to...
Ann Marie, Kevin and Brandon Bouthillette raise Berkshire pigs, Black Angus cattle and Rhode Island Red chickens on the beautiful pastures next to their home. The know the...
Captain Todd Sutton owns and operates the Sweet Misery. Captain Todd primarily takes day trips from his home dock of Newport, Rhode Island.
Fungi Ally strives to bring mushrooms and all their benefits to the forefront of the Pioneer Valley. By offering fresh locally grown mushrooms we hope more people can take...
Captain Robert Widmyer trolls for King (Chinook) salmon on his vessel, the F/V Blue Gill. He lands the fish in Ketchikan (pictured to the left), the southeastern-most city...
Captain Brent Loftus and his brother. Captain Brian Loftus of F/V Evan Christine, continue a family tradition of fishing from a home dock in Point Judith. They are the third...
Joey Tucker is a third-generation farmer. His father continues to work at a dairy farm in Franklin, MA. Joey raises Angus beef, Suffolk lambs and Hampshire cross pigs at...
Potter Hill Farm offers vegetables, grain, and livestock, all while preserving the ecosystem. Although Potter Hill Farm is not certified organic, it does not synthetically...
Captain Chris Eacobellis has been fishing for 23 years. A third generation fisherman, his sea art was passed down from his grandfather, a tuna fisherman, and his father, a...
B&B Farm is a family run farm that has been in business for over 65 years. This farm utilizes clean sustainable growing methods without the use of any chemicals including...
Captain Mike Brownfield has been fishing 40 years. He started fishing in high school on a boat owned by a friend's father. Now he is fishing the Oregon/Washington coast...
In the early 1900′s, Langwater Farm was famous for its Guernsey cows and Clydesdale horses. After that, the farm had been mowed for hay until the Ames family decided to seek...
Captain Peter Grillo has been fishing for tuna, opah, swordfish, monchong, mahi-mahi and wahoo with longline and troll methods for nearly 20 years – from the North Atlantic...
Captain Tony Borges has been fishing for nearly 40 years. He fishes primarily for scallops from the F/V Sao Paulo. The dragger's home port is in New Bedford,...
Captain Brian Loftus and his younger brother Brent Loftus are the 3rd generation of fishermen in their family. Captain Brian has been fishing out of Pt. Judith for over 30...
Captain Andy Saraspe fishes from San Diego on the F/V Sarah Renee. Andy's boat is run by a three-man crew: himself, Steven Ford and Bill Gaedke. They land local spot...
Baja Seas is the first complete cycle Yellowtail (Seriola lalandi) farm in the Americas. Its vision is to be a global leader in marine aquaculture. Respected for its...
Captain Jimmy Robinson is one of the youngest captains in Morehead City's commercial fleet. He has been fishing for nearly twenty years. Today, he fishes with a crew of...
Salt Water Farms is the farming affiliate of American Mussel Harvesters. Salt Water Farms is located off Aquidneck Island in the East Passage of Narragansett Bay Rhode...
Jeff and Suzanne Farrell, along with their son Ethan, have transformed a farm originally built in 1864 into a full scale produce and angus beef farm. Sunset Farm strives off...
Just off the coast of Santa Barbara, California, a group of local divers harvest some of the world’s best sea urchins by hand. The urchins are sprinkled around the reefs and...
Mt. Cook Alpine Salmon is located in the MacKenzie Basin, on the eastern side of the Southern Alps in the South Island of New Zealand. The farm is close to the town of Twizel...
Founded in 1958 by Andy and Alice Card and Stewart and Ruth Cheney, Wesley and his brother Glenn now operate Merrimack Valley Apiaries. Merrimack Valley Apiaries offers...
Prior to becoming an oyster farmer, Jim Arnoux and Nick Papa began harvesting shellfish on the historic Great South Bay, the home of the original Blue Point oyster. Digging...
Family fun 15-acre farm in Pascoag, RI. Owner Ronald Vaz and his wife Niiko Vaz have been pig farming for over 40 years they handle 125 sows on this small farm primarily...
Alejandro Guerrero first visited the Baja red rock crab fishing villages near Guerrero Negro (300 miles south of San Diego) in 2011. He met the local fishermen who trapped...
Captain Mike Monfonte is the youngest member of this fishing family. The Monfonte family has been fishing in Pt. Judith for many generations. Captain Mike recently purchased...
Mark Phillips is the owner and captain of the F/V Illusion, a stern dragger that primarily fishes yellowtail. He is from Greenport, NY and has been fishing off the waters of...
Thomas Trumper has been a commercial sea urchin diver for more than 40 years. He dives approximately 135 days a year, around six hours a day, spending more than 25,000 hours...
Captain Guthrie Zastrow went straight from high school to timber falling. After twelve years of chopping trees, he began fishing full-time out of a skiff with a leased hand...
Red Fire Farm began on a 50 acre piece of land located in southern Hampshire County on the corners of Taylor and Carver streets in Granby, MA. The land had been fallow for a...
Founded in 1997 by Mark and Ann Tripp, Ann and Dale Perkins now operate Mesa Farm. Mesa Farm has a wide variety of animals and offers many products such as sheep, goats,...

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