Something fishy is going on in the nation’s lobster capital – (lottsa mishmash). People listen to these guys about investment?

With tourism booming and demand for local lobster as popular as ever, life in eastern Maine this summer is good. But there’s a catch. Lobster prices have recovered very little from their historic lows last year, squeezing profits for lobstermen. That’s prompted community leaders to push an idea that may seem radical to many Down Easters—making Maine less dependent on a single species from the sea. They’re creating incentives for fishermen to catch a variety of high-quality marine food, at a fair price for the long haul. more@cnbc  16:51 watch video!

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