reports on Leslie, Pellowe study of small-scale fisheries picked up a University of Maine news release documenting the diverse community benefits from small, local fisheries. The study by Heather Leslie, director of the Darling Marine Center, and Kara Pellowe, a former UMaine postdoctoral scholar, found that non-fishing families recognized the broader community benefits of the fishing industry in a small town in Mexico where fishing and tourism are key to the local economy.