Forging On

Forging On The Last of the Quahog Tong Makers By Ellen Liberman | Photographs by Jesse Burke The clam has but two defenses: a shell and a foot. It uses the latter to burrow as much as 11 inches under the sea floor, where it hopes to live quietly in the muck, filtering...

Boosting the Band of Boatbuilders

Boosting the Band of Boatbuilders A Blend of Traditional and Modern Boatbuilding By Todd McLeish | Photographs by Jesse Burke As a social studies teacher at a middle school in New York City, Ariana Murphy was restless. After earning a degree in history, she had worked...

Solidarity Through Seafood

Solidarity Through Seafood Local Fishermen Help Those in Need - And Vice Versa By Kate Masury | Photographs by Jesse Burke | Alice Howard portrait by Dana Smith “As fishermen, we harvest fish to feed people. It’s what we are good at, and now more than ever, as we...

Cold Water Women

Cold Water Women Building Connections in a Niche Surfing Community By Meredith Haas | Photographs by Cate Brown Abby Boone It’s 7:30 a.m., and I don’t feel much like pulling myself from my warm bed on a Saturday morning, even though the sun is shining brightly...