Sustainable, local, community-based seafood for the planet and people

Call for Executive Committee Members

The Local Catch Network is actively recruiting new members to join the Executive Committee. 

Who We Are

The Local Catch Network (LCN) is a community-of-practice made up of seafood harvesters, technical assistance providers, organizers, and researchers from across North America who are committed to strengthening local and regional seafood systems through community supported fisheries and direct seafood marketing.

Get Involved

The Local Catch Network fosters knowledge sharing among network members including, seafood harvesters, researchers, organizers, and other supporters who work collaboratively to increase the resilience of our seafood systems.

Upcoming Events

4th Local Seafood Summit | Girdwood, Alaska
4th Local Seafood Summit | Girdwood, AlaskaOctober 2-3, 2022
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The Local Seafood Summit is a practitioner-centric event. It is for small- and mid-scale seafood harvesters and businesses who are interested in sharing experiential knowledge, learning strategies that make community supported fisheries and direct-marketing businesses successful, and collaborating to build a trustworthy, low-impact, domestic seafood supply system.

Summit Details

Webinar | LCN Office Hours: USDA Architectural Services for Facility Design
Webinar | LCN Office Hours: USDA Architectural Services for Facility DesignApril 15, 2022 from 2-3:30 PM ET
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Join the Local Catch Network for the first of three Office Hours to be held on Friday, April 15th, 29th, and May 13th from 2-3:30pm ET. USDA Staff will be available for the first half of the office hours to provide an overview of programs and services that can be accessed by stakeholders in the seafood sector.

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Webinar | USDA LAMP Grant Forum for the Seafood Sector
Webinar | USDA LAMP Grant Forum for the Seafood SectorApril 12, 2022 from 2-5 PM ET
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Join the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Local Catch Network for a virtual forum that will bring together stakeholders from across the seafood sector who are working to strengthen local and regional seafood systems.

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