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Video Highlights Oregon Sea Grant’s Commitment to Sustainable Seafood

By Robin Garcia, National Sea Grant Office
Ruby Moon, an Oregon Sea Grant Extension Agent, has been highlighted in Oregon State University’s Beaver Nation project. The project documents individuals affiliated with the university in Oregon, the US, and the world. In her video, Moon discusses her upbringing in a fishing family and gives tips for visitors interested in buying directly from fishermen at the docks of Newport. 
See the video below. 

The Freshest Catch from Oregon State University on Vimeo.

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