The Contribution of Wild-Caught Seafood to NC’s Economy

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The sun sets on shrimp and fishing boats dock along Raccoon Creek in Oriental.

In the spring issue of NC State Economist, Eric Edwards and Sara Sutherland review their research supporting the impact of North Carolina’s wild-caught commercial seafood industry. They explore their use of an economic impact analysis (EIA) tool to reveal the economic importance of wild-caught commercial seafood by region and type from the port through its distribution across North Carolina.

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