Help New England's Flounder Not Flounder

If you’re a fan of fish and chips, grilled swordfish, fish chowder, sole mariniere, or other traditional New England seafood dishes, the fishermen and fish need your help. Check out this petition for a chance to weigh in on the future of New England's groundfish fishing industry.

Katherine Alford, VP, Test Kitchen
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