was really the hub of employment and activity at the time," says Aceveda.
She explained: "The fire started at an old warehouse known as the Cannery
For Cosky, who still fishes and sells his troll-caught albacore tuna under the name Wild Pacific Seafood, the cannery
has given him a chance to capitalize on a niche market for quality tuna.
Almost every song is somewhere grounded in Alaska, or baking, the cannery
, or fishing.
This is even more evident when one considers the fact that sometimes the whole village would move to a particular cannery
KAYAKING: Adventures by the Sea offers kayak instruction and rentals; 299 Cannery
Row portrays life as remembered by the Sicilian women who worked in the sardine canneries of Monterey, California, during the first half of the twentieth century.
Conservas Isabel, another Spanish cannery
, is upgrading its production facilities.
The Roma tomatoes are grown at the Kerr family farm in the Thames River Delta in Ontario, picked at the peak of ripeness and then shipped to the nearby Thomas cannery
, where they are washed, sorted and water-scalded to remove the skins.
Which is a pity because he does a mean Sean Cannery
just ask legendary film producer George Lucas.
He then joined with Filipino American cannery
workers to protest racial segregation in the Alaska canning industry and stood arm-in-arm with Asian Americans to fight the Marcos dictatorship of the Philippines.
In the end, the price of fish is dictated by the supply," one cannery