Dock to Dish

Community Supported Fishery (CSF)

917-853-8559

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About Dock to Dish

Our goals are to support small boat commercial fishermen, encourage the consumption of a wider variety of species and build access to the freshest, safest and healthiest seafood available. We communicate to our members through daily Fresh Catch email and text alerts and host monthly Fish School events featuring fillet and cooking demos performed by local chefs, our fishermen and fillet masters. You can become a member of Dock to Dish by visiting our website and completing a quick and easy registration form.

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Species Offered

Sea Robin, Black Sea Bass, Blowfish, Bluefish, Haddock, Hake, Monkfish, Pollock, Sea Bream, Winter Skate, Striped Bass, Summer Flounder, Redfish, Swordfish, Tilefish, Tunas, Mahi Mahi, Mullet, Snappers, Triggerfish, Wahoo, Oysters, Clams, Lobster, Scallops

The value statements outlined below aim to create a higher level of accountability and trust, both internally within the network and externally to the public, in order to advance the movement of Community Supported Fisheries (CSF) and like-minded community-based seafood operations.

  • Community-Based Fisheries
  • Fair Access
  • Fair Price
  • Eating with the Ecosystem
  • Traceable and Simple Supply Chains
  • Catch and Handle with Honor
  • Community and Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management
  • Honoring the Ocean
  • Creativity and Collaboration

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The benefits of a Dock to Dish membership include much more than receiving a weekly share of pristine and expertly handled seafood. You become an active part of a community that not only values fresh food, but also protecting the environment, eating locally and supporting the local fishing economy. Members are able to enjoy peace of mind in knowing that Dock to Dish never overfishes or skimps on quality, and always features seafood that is in season and rated abundant and sustainable by NOAA's Fishwatch Program.