Chris Shapp, left, and Dave Lefebvre, center, of the Southeast Alaska Food Bank, stand with Jim Harmon, executive director of SeaShare, on Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019. Seashare donated a 40-foot freezer van and 20,000 pounds of seafood to the foodbank. SeaShare is a nonprofit founded in 1994 to help the seafood industry donate to hunger-relief efforts. The effort has prevented 5 million pounds of bycatch over 25 years from being dumped back into the ocean. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Chris Shapp, left, and Dave Lefebvre, center, of the Southeast Alaska Food Bank, stand with Jim Harmon, executive director of SeaShare, on Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019. Seashare donated a 40-foot freezer van and 20,000 pounds of seafood to the foodbank. SeaShare is a nonprofit founded in 1994 to help the seafood industry donate to hunger-relief efforts. The effort has prevented 5 million pounds of bycatch over 25 years from being dumped back into the ocean. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

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