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Consumers can now sign up for Walking Fish, weekly deliveries of seafood from coast

Consumers can now sign up for Walking Fish community-supported fishery’s spring shares.
Consumers can now sign up for Walking Fish community-supported fishery’s spring shares. N&O archives

You can now sign up for the community-supported fishery, Walking Fish, which brings seafood from the coast to Triangle consumers.

People sign up for weekly or bi-weekly shares of seafood from 10 weeks or March 29 to June 2. People pick up their seafood at three Triangle locations: Sarah P. Duke Gardens in Durham from 4-6 p.m. Thursdays, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church at 2723 Clark Avenue, Raleigh from 3-4 p.m. Tuesdays or Duke Raleigh Hospital, 3400 Wake Forest Road, Raleigh from 4:45-5:15 p.m. Tuesdays.

The cost ranges from $115 to $478. For example, $115 will buy two pounds of headed and gutted seafood every other week. (Note: this seafood may require removing bones or skin before cooking.) Meanwhile, $478 will buy four pounds of filleted, ready to cook seafood every week.

To sign up or for more informatio, go to walking-fish.org

Of course, it should be noted that Locals Seafood brings fish from the coast year-round and sells at the State Farmer’s Market in Raleigh Thursdays-Sundays. Details: localsseafood.com

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