My name is Sarah, and I’m a recent college graduate with a bachelor of science in marine biology and writing from the University of New Hampshire. Born and raised in Southern Maine, I’ve been eating Homarus americanus since I could walk. I love all things ocean, from the seaweed to the salty water, from the phytoplankton to the whales that feed on them. I find the icy cold, New England waters refreshing, and prefer them to the bath water of the tropics. I have an endless list of hobbies: surfing, scuba diving, sailing, hiking, traveling and music to name a few. If you want to know more about me, just ask.
My winters are spent traveling around the Caribbean where I dive, sail, swim, and explore. And as it turns out there are Fishues just near everywhere that I go. I enjoy sharing my discoveries pertaining to fish issues with others here, on this blog.
Now having graduated college, when not traveling, here on the seacoast I work at my latest business venture: to deliver the freshest fish available directly to the local people via a Community Supported Fishery (CSF).
New Hampshire Community Seafood is the name.
Check it out.