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  • Imported seafood sold at local NC festivals

    NC fishermen and their advocates say local festivals should sell local seafood. Vendors say it’s nearly impossible to sell only the harvest from NC waters. Commercial fisherman Dewey Hemilright shares more.

NC fishermen and their advocates say local festivals should sell local seafood. Vendors say it’s nearly impossible to sell only the harvest from NC waters. Commercial fisherman Dewey Hemilright shares more. Jill Knight jhknight@newsobserver.com
NC fishermen and their advocates say local festivals should sell local seafood. Vendors say it’s nearly impossible to sell only the harvest from NC waters. Commercial fisherman Dewey Hemilright shares more. Jill Knight jhknight@newsobserver.com

For NC seafood festivals, there’s a small catch

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