Editorial: Help for Hawaii's Fishing Industry
When it comes to Hawaii's homegrown food sustainability, farming operations usually come to mind. But beyond farm aid, fish aid can't be forgotten. That's particularly true in Hawaii, the source of coveted quality catches such as tuna, billfish (swordfish and marlin), and open-ocean fish (mahimahi, ono and opah).
Just as farmers have been hard-hit by the months-long pandemic shutdown, so, too, have fishers and related operations. The shuttering of restaurants, seafood markets and other fish outlets have left some vessels inactive in Honolulu Harbor for 3-1/2 months...
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