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This is Rare: High-quality stories delivered to your airwaves from the company that delivers high-quality meat to your doorstep. As a Certified B Corporation, ButcherBox has made it its mission to improve the standards for raising animals, the livelihoods of farmers, the quality of food people serve their families, and the wellbeing of our planet. Listen to meet some of the amazing folks taking action to positively impact the food system and so much more. Read more stories and try our favorite recipes at ButcherBox's magazine, Just Cook.

Episode 2 - "Seafood Today and in the Future - Sustainability, Science, and Family"
Nov 19 2021
Episode 2 - "Seafood Today and in the Future - Sustainability, Science, and Family"
Join us as we travel from coast to coast to introduce you to people who are working hard to ensure a future for the seafood industry. Learn about sustainable fishing practices, why science plays a big role in the lobster industry, and how family continues to be at the heart of this community.Featuring interviews with:Matt Luck of Alaska Wild Caught SeafoodCurt Brown of Ready SeafoodMeghan Luck of Alaska Wild Caught SeafoodCheck out our upcoming episodes for more stories about the uncommon folks who are using their passion for food to solve problems in their industries, and in our world. Special Thanks to the band Caamp for the use of their song, Send the Fishermen, which can be found on Spotify, Apple Music, and more.Links To Other References:Alaska Wild Caught SeafoodReady SeafoodForever Wild: An Introduction to the Bristol Bay Fishery - A ButcherBox FilmSave Bristol BayTrout Unlimited - An Organization You Can Support to Help Protect Bristol BayButcherBox is Calling for Permanent Protection of Bristol BayBristol Bay, The Pristine Alaskan Waters Where We Source Our Wild-Caught Sockeye SalmonA Conversation with Matt Luck "US Army Corps of Engineers Denies Permit To Controversial Alaska Gold Mine" - NPR"EPA Announces Reinstatement of Clean Water Act Protections for Bristol Bay, Alaska Watershed"Meet the Ready Brothers - Maine Lobster as a Way of LifeIt Begins Here: Family and Sustaining Maine Lobster - A ButcherBox FilmThe University of Maine's Darling Marine LabThe Wild Calls Again - Meghan Luck and Returning to Fish in Alaska