With local cod so scarce, Chef Toby Hill of Lyric Restaurant in Yarmouth Port, Mass., tries out a dogfish salad — served here with garlic aioli on toast — instead. Dogfish is still plentiful in New England waters, but wholesale fisheries say there's not much demand for it in the U.S. Christine Hochkeppel/Courtesy of Cape Cod Times hide caption

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Why The Cod On Cape Cod Now Comes From Iceland
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Saltwater wetlands that include marshes and shoals on Virginia's Atlantic coast. U.S. coastal wetlands losses were 25 percent greater from 2004-2009, according to a recent federal study. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service hide caption

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Old Hawaiian Menus Tell Story Of Local Fish And Their Demise
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