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Help Walking Fish CSF engage with the community by attending an upcoming event. Learn more about community supported fisheries, share your ideas, meet members, and have fun! For additional information on any of our upcoming events email info@walking-fish.org.


Starting a CSF in Williamsburg, VA

Folks at VIMS are interested in starting a new CSF. Debbie Callaway, CSF coordinator at Walking Fish, will share experiences and answer questions, and staff will release a Request for Qualifications that will help them identify interested partners that would be interested in partnering with Virginia Sea Grant for a CSF launch.

Williamsburg, VA
October 16, 2013

A Chef's Life

Chef Vivian Howard comes to Cedar Island to explore the new culture of farm-raised oysters in NC with Jay Styron (http://www.achefslifeseries.com/episodes/6)

October 16, 2013

Strange Seafood Dinner

Please join the Walking Fish Cooperative at Watts Grocery for an unforgettable evening with Chef Amy Tornquist on September 9th, 2013. This 5-course gourmet dinner will showcase an array of sustainably harvested strange seafood from North Carolina. Proceeds from the event will benefit Saltwater Connections, a project of the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center on Harkers Island.

Date: September 9, 2013 @ 7 pm
Location: Watts Grocery, 1116 Broad Street, Durham, NC
Dinner: Five course gourmet dinner
Price: $70 per person or $100 w/ wine pairings by the Hope Valley Bottle Shop
Benefit: Proceeds to support the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum & Heritage Center

Help make this event a success by spreading the word.

To reserve your table and support the region's unique coastal heritage, contact Watts Grocery @ 919-416-5040.


Durham, NC


September 9, 2013

NOAA Fish Fry

For the third year, Walking Fish Cooperative has been invited to participate in NOAA’s Annual Fish Fry in Washington, DC during the National Marine Sanctuaries Foundation’s Capitol Hill Ocean’s Week.

Wahington, DC

June 6, 2012
National Summit on Community Supported Fisheries

Participants came together for a National Summit, the first of its kind, representing morethan 21 Community Supported Fisheries from nine states and two Canadian provinces.
Press Release

Portsmouth, New Hampshire
May 30 - June 1, 2012
Farm to Fork

Walking Fish participated in the annual Farm to Fork Picnic sponsored by the NC Agricultural Foundation. The picnic has been described as "the Best all you can Eat Feast in the Nation" by Bon Appetit. 

Hillsborough, NC

May 20, 2012
Dinner on the Porch

Amy Tornquist of Watt's Grocery will be featuring Walking Fish's flounder at Elodie Farm's Dinner on the Porch

Rougemont, NC
June 25, 2011
NOAA Fish Fry

The Walking Fish Cooperative was invited to participate in NOAA’s 36th annual Fish Fry in Washington, DC during the National Marine Sanctuaries Foundation’s Capitol Hill Ocean’s Week. NOAA describes this as “the premier social event for the Agency bringing together friends and colleagues to showcase American fisheries and seafood."

Washington, D.C.
June 8, 2011
Seafood Summit

Joshua Stoll, one of the founding organizers of Walking Fish, will take part in a panel about CSFs at this year's International Seafood Summit in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Vancouver, British Columbia

February 2, 2011
Symposium on National Ocean Policy

Walking Fish will be participating in the Symposium on National Ocean Policy at Bowdain College on October 15th, 2010.

Bowdain College
Brunswick, Maine

October 15, 2010
Who Fishes Matters

Come hear Niaz Dorry, director of the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance and one of Time Magazine's Hero's of the Planet, talk about the role of small-scale fisheries in our changing planet.

Love Auditorium, LSRC, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University

Parking: LaSalle Lot (Map
October 14, 2010
7:00 pm
Lunch with Dorry
Join Walking Fish at Watt's Grocery for a lunch with Niaz Dorry, coordinating director of the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance (NAMA). For more information contact Joshua Stoll (jss52@duke.edu)

Watt's Grocery, Durham, NC
October 14, 2010
American Fisheries Society presentation

Organizers of Walking Fish will be presenting at the AFS Conference along with other groups from North Carolina.

Pittsburgh, PA
Pepsi Challenge

Please visit the Pepsi "Refresh Everything" project to vote for Walking Fish daily!

June (ongoing)
Cooking Demonstration

Join Sandra Kellum and Pam Morris as they prepare a Downeast feast with locally caught shrimp and flounder at Thursday's pick-up.

06/017/10 @ 4 - 6pm
NOAA Fish Fry

Walking Fish was asked to participate in NOAA’s (National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration) annual Fish Fry in Washington, DC during the National Marine Sanctuaries Foundation’s Capitol Hill Ocean’s Week.

Washington, D.C.
06/09/10 @ 6pm
Carteret Catch Presentation

Walking Fish presents results of Fall CSF to Carteret Catch board.

Morehead City, North Carolina
02/22/10 @ 5pm
Walking Fish Panel Discussion

The Oceans - The End of the Line. Based on the book by Charles Clover, The End of the Line explores the devastating effect that overfishing is having on fish stocks and the health of our oceans. Scientists predict that if we continue fishing at the current rate, the planet will run out of seafood by 2048 with catastrophic consequences. Sponsored by the Women's Studies Program and co-sponsored by the Film/Video/Digital Program. Richard White Auditorium, 7 pm

Richard White Auditorium
02/21/10 @ 7pm
Filleting Demonstration

Filleting Demonstration at Sarah P. Duke Gardens (CSF pickup) 4 - 6 pm.

Sarah P. Duke Gardens (map)
12/03/09 @ 4-6pm
Private Film Screening - "The Fish Belong to the People"

The Fish Belong to the People, a feature length documentary, follows a group of family fishermen in Port Clyde, Maine as they work to save their fishing grounds from government, market structure, and themselves. With each passing season their way of life has slowly been extinguished by old ways of doing business that favors the most efficient and destructive ways of fishing over sustainability... read more & view trailer.

Nov 30, Beaufort, Duke Marine Lab

Nov 29, Durham, Love Auditorium LSRC

11/30/09 @ 7pm

11/29/09 @ 7pm

Discussion - "Sustainable Seafood: From Water to Waiter"

The Duke Center on Global Change presentsSustainable Seafood: From Water to Waiter on Thursday, November 19 from 4 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Featured Speaker: Polly Legendre, Culinary Director. To be followed by a reception with sustainable seafood sourced from CleanFish and Walking Fish and catered by Sage and Swift. For complete information please click here.

Love Auditorium LSRC, Durham
11/19/09 @ 4:00pm
Maritime Dinner

Customers will be eating with a purpose on Nov. 13, at the latest of the Maritime Seafood Dinner series to benefit education programs at the N.C. Maritime Museum.  Seafood has been an important part of the region’s diet, economy and culture, and the dinner will help the museum and also help consumers make informed decisions when purchasing seafood at restaurants and markets. Reservations and fee, call (252) 728-7317. For more information, click here.

Sharpies Bar & Grill, Beaufort
11/13/09 @ 5:30pm
Filleting Demonstration

Filleting Demonstration at Sarah P. Duke Gardens (CSF pickup) 4 - 6 pm.

Sarah P. Duke Gardens (map)
11/05/09 @ 4-6pm
Green Wave 2009 Seminar Series

Please join us this today at 5:30pm for the Green Wave Seminar. Our own Josh Stoll (CEM '10) will be discussing DukeFish's successful initiative to start a community-supported fishery (CSF) in orth Carolina As usual, we'll be in the Repass Center at the Duke marine lab.

Repass Center Duke Marine Lab, Durham
10/22/09 @ 4-6pm
Film Screening "The End of the Line: Imagine a world without fish."

Join DukeFish for an exclusive movie screening: "The End of the Line: Imagine a world without fish." The End of the Line is a new film revealing the near collapse state of global fisheries, and is only being shown in the U.S. through private screenings. Filmed over two years, the movie follows investigative reporter Charles Clover as he confronts politicians and celebrity restaurateurs, who exhibit little regard for the damage they are doing to the oceans. Read more >

Love Auditorium, Levine Science
Duke’s West Campus

10/21/2009 @ 7pm
Walking Fish Travels to New England

Members of Walking Fish travel to New England to learn more about existing CSF's. Three nights, four days, ten organizations. From August 17th to August 20th, we will be in New England, traveling from Cape Ann, Massachusetts to Port Clyde, Maine. Click for a list of the organizations who we will be meeting, along with a short description of each (as stated on their respective websites).
Learn more about this event...

New England
08/17 - 8/20 2009
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