Teach a man to fish: The serial founder who came back to Oregon to save the local fishing industry

SWIMMINGLY a wild-caught tuna and friend aboard the fishing vessel Virginia Anne

THE CULMINATION of Duncan Berry’s lifelong romance with the sea is available in more than 5,000 grocery stores around the country. Fishpeople Seafood, which employs close to 40 workers in-season, delivers for domestic consumption sustainable seafood caught in American waters by independent fisher folk. After 20 years of building fashion companies, Berry returned to the Oregon coast where he was raised. There, he has rededicated his life to the people and wildlife that make up

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