One of British Columbia’s most unusual and dangerous fisheries is poised for a comeback.

Gooseneck barnacles, which grow on the rocks below the high tide line off the west coast of Vancouver Island, are prized in Spain and served as appetizers by high-end restaurants across North America. With a shell-like top and stubby stalks of rich meat beneath, goosenecks resemble clumps of asparagus. However, the best ones are hard to reach and risky to harvest. “It could be a really big industry, we just got to get the word out,”  Read the rest here 16:27

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