Every weekend James Rice goes for a walk, but it’s not just any walk. He’s on a mission to educate anglers about the safest way to consume fish caught in Western New York.
Rice is a contractor for Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper. On a recent weekend he was at Broderick Park on Buffalo's west side. It’s a hot spot for anglers from many cultures.
"You can go down any morning and see any background — economically, socially, culturally — fishing all at the same time," said Rice. "Whether or not they can communicate, there's still a fishing language that they share."