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RE: Sustainable, farmed sea scallops

RE: Sustainable, farmed sea scallops

Bangs Island Mussels' farm manager Jon Gorman heads out on Casco Bay, off of Portland, Maine, in a blue and white fishing boat named Le Cozze (Italian for mussels). He motors past one of the rafts where the company is growing mussels and on to a more unusual venture: Bangs Island's new sea scallop farm.

Leaning over the side of Le Cozze, they haul out a lantern net that serves as a scallop nursery, onto the deck. Gorman reaches into one of the lantern net and pulls out a handful of golden-brown scallop shells, about the size of old-fashioned silver dollars.

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