The Cornell Cooperative Extension and associates of Suffolk County’s Marine Program are exploring ways to expand the consumption of locally caught and farmed seafood on Long Island.  Your survey participation and input will inform and help guide local seafood marketing.  The project aim is to expand the diversity and preferences for locally caught and grown seafood that is fresh, sustainably-harvested, and healthy to eat.  Funding support for this project was provided by the New York Farm Viability Institute.

* 1. How often do you eat seafood?

* 2. What type of seafood do you normally purchase and consume?

* 3. Are you willing to pay an extra $1.00 - $2.00 a pound for fresh local seafood over imported seafood?

* 4. How far are you willing to travel to buy local seafood?

* 5. Are you familiar with the local fish/shellfish/crustacean species caught and sold in Long Island?

* 6. Are you familiar with Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and Community Supported Fisheries (CSF) programs?

* 7. What age range do you fall in?

* 8. What is your marital status?

* 9. What is your education level?

* 10. What is your total household income?

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