New England Fisheries

NOAA Fisheries Releases Fishery Stats Yearbook

NOAA Fisheries recently released its Fisheries of the United States, 2018 report, an annual “yearbook” of fishery statistics. According to the agency, the report “provides a snapshot of data, primarily at the national level, on U.S. recreational catch and commercial fisheries landings and value.” … More Info »

New England Fisheries

Rebuild Atlantic Cod Now

Conservation Law Foundation is calling on the federal government to follow the law and rebuild Atlantic cod. If management doesn’t improve now, we could lose our founding fish forever. … More Info »

In the News

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, January 3

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, a RI judge rules that oysters qualify as form of livestock; Court upholds creation of the Atlantic’s marine national monument; ocean acidification threatens the U.S. economy; and lobstermen take a hard line against right whale protections. … More Info »

New England Fisheries

Top Stories from 2019

From North Atlantic right whales to ocean warming to Atlantic cod, 2019 was another busy year for fisheries in New England. Here are the year’s top five stories. … More Info »

In the News

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, December 27

In this Fish Talk in the News, fisheries management must accommodate climate change; EM projects across the U.S. are boosted by millions in grants; battle between oyster farmers and lobstermen headed to court; Omega Protein says it will cooperate on Chesapeake Bay menhaden cap; and the FDA can regulate genetically modified salmon. … More Info »

Bottom Line

Are you reading terms like “overfishing” and “stock assessments,” but you’re not quite sure what they mean? These blog posts explain the basics of U.S. fishery management, from the current state of our nation’s fisheries to policies and strategies to ensure healthy, robust fish populations.

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