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Maine Fisheries

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Fishing commission wants expanded lobster reporting

Gloucester Daily Times - 1 hour ago
But what hasn't gone away is the insistence of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission — the multi-state agency that regulates lobstering in state waters from Maine to Maryland —...

Top Spanish Fisheries Advocate to Speak at SeaWeb Seafood Summit 2018

Benzinga - 5 hours ago
Javier Garat, a leading advocate for Spanish fisheries interests around the world, will give the opening address at the SeaWeb Seafood Summit, taking place June 18-21 at Hotel Arts Barcelona....

Opinion: Weak environmental policies cost jobs

Pocono Record - 12 hours ago
"The public will no doubt be surprised at the economic importance of this industry as (we measure) the impact of activities like boating, fishing, RVing, hunting, ...and...

Weak environmental policies cost US jobs

theday.com - 20 hours ago
"Just imagine what a spill could do to our beaches, rocky shores, puffins, lobstering areas and our tourism and fishing industries," a spokeswoman for the Natural Resources Council of Maine...

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New England Fisheries

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Fishing commission wants expanded lobster reporting

Gloucester Daily Times - 1 hour ago
“We're looking forward to getting a more standardized reporting process so that we can get a better understanding of fishing effort in New England,” Casoni said Friday. “We're also in...

Regulators want reports from lobstermen to fill 'giant black hole of data' on offshore fishery

Press Herald - 2 days ago
... of data when it comes to the offshore lobster fishery, which appears to be growing and changing fast,” Peter Burns, a National Marine Fisheries Service fishing policy analyst, said on Friday....

Fisheries management is working, Congress should stick to the science

The Hill - 2 days ago
And since 2000, by following the strong science-based principles in the Magnuson-Stevens Act, our country has rebuilt 44 fish populations — a testament to the law's effectiveness. One...

Climate change disrupting commercial fish migration and industry

Earth.com - 2 days ago
The study has demonstrated for the first time that new fisheries are likely to appear in more than 70 countries all over the world as a result of global warming. Historically, a large migration of...

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