Sustainable Seafood & Fisheries

Oregon Seafood Information

What's Fresh on the North Coast 2017

Buying Guide for Common Seafood Direct from Oregon Fishermen

Clatsop County Local Seafood Markets

Shop at the Dock & Beyond

Many people who live on Oregon Coast or come to visit are interested in buying, cooking and eating locally caught seafood. There are many places to find locally caught seafood - in local fish markets or even directly from fishermen off the docks. But the array choices can be confusing and research shows that many are intimidated by the working harbor and shy away from investigating the possibilities. Oregon Sea Grant and the Oregon State University Extension Service help people learn about fishing ports and teach them how to shop for fresh Oregon seafood in Newport and Warrenton through the Shop at the Dock & Beyond program. Our tours in Warrenton include a guided dock walk, and a behind the scenes tour of Skipanon Brand Seafoods Cannery. See below for up to date information on remaining tours this year.

Have you ever seen signs for fishermen selling seafood off their vessels and wanted to buy, but were not sure what questions to ask or what to look for? Ever stand at a seafood market staring at all the choices and didn't know what was local or what was in season? Join us for the 2017 Shop at the Dock program and learn directly from a seafood expert on how to buy quality, local, seafood.

2017 Flier for Warrenton Shop at the Dock  2017 Flier for Newport Shop at the Dock

Download Warrenton flier 

Download Newport flier


Clatsop Commercial Fisheries Community Leaders Tour

On May 31, 2017, Oregon Sea Grant and OSU Extension - Clatsop County hosted the first Clatsop Commercial Fisheries Tour for Community Leaders. Over 90 elected officials, business leaders, fisheries managers, and state agency representatives attended the tour, which included stops at WCT Marine, Pacific Seafoods facility, Da Yang Seafoods, and Englund Marine & Industrial Supply. Participants learned about the economic impact of and sustainability practices of Clatsop County commercial fishing industry. We hope to make this tour an annual spring event. If you would like to be added to the invitation list for the 2018 tour, please contact Amanda Gladics or (503) 325-8573.

Paul Kujala explains trawl groundfish fisheries during the 2017 Clatsop Commercial Fisheries Tour  Hiram Cho explains Pacific Seafoods seafood processing during the 2017 Clatsop Commercial Fisheries Tour Willie Toristoja and Tim Hill greet tour participants on the 2017 Clatsop Commercial Fisheries Tour

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