FBGA is proud to be a part of the California Groundfish Collective. The California Groundfish Collective is made up of fishing associations from Fort Bragg, Half Moon Bay, and Morro Bay.
Working with The Nature Conservancy, we’re securing the fishing heritage of our communities and bringing in fresh local seafood. Fishermen in the Collective catch various groundfish species including petrale sole, sablefish/black cod, rockfish, sanddabs, dover sole, and thornyheads.
Our collaborative efforts have resulted in the highest sustainability rankings of “Green/Best Choice” for our seafood from the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program. As a collaborator of Seafood Watch, FBGA is committed to identifying environmentally responsible recommendations and providing accurate Seafood Watch information to our community.
Trace and Trust
Trace and Trust empowers you to find restaurants that serve dishes with food that has been raised by farmers and caught by fishermen in ways that matter to you.
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation supports conservation efforts in all 50 states and U.S. territories.
Noyo Women for Fisheries
This non-profit group is dedicated to preserving the history of the fishing industry in Fort Bragg.
Salt Girl Apparel
Salt Girl Apparel provides apparel for fishing ladies of the sea, available online and locally.
Fort Bragg Groundfish Conservation Trust
This non-profit is dedicated to supporting and improving the Fort Bragg fishing community.
Environmental Defense Fund
Links science, economics, and law to create innovative, equitable, and cost-effective solutions to the most urgent environmental problems.
Corey Arnold Photography
Corey Arnold is a photographer and commercial fisherman, who documents the experience of life at sea for commercial fishermen.