Commercial fisheries in the Great Lakes borrow an idea to help revive their industry Commercial fisheries in the Great Lakes hope to follow an example set in Iceland, by using nearly 100 percent of a fish in order to increase the value of each one landed while also decreasing waste.

Commercial fisheries in the Great Lakes borrow an idea to help revive their industry

Encore: FISH PLEDGE

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Commercial fisheries in the Great Lakes hope to follow an example set in Iceland, by using nearly 100 percent of a fish in order to increase the value of each one landed while also decreasing waste.