In the News

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, November 2

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, residents claim ownership on Spinney Creek in attempt to stop aquaculture expansion; startling new research finds large buildup of heat in the oceans; researchers try to design a lifejacket for lobstermen; scientists address myths and misinformation about seals; a day-long dialogue between fishing and wind industries nets some progress; and WCAI reports on the importance of Atlantic salmon in New England. … More Info »

Fish Feature

Happy Halloween!

Everyday could be Halloween in the ocean with animals like the goblin shark and vampire squid swimming around. Even New England has its fair share of spooky ocean dwellers. Here are some of our favorites. … More Info »

In the News

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, October 26

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, NEFMC seeks a contractor for its Groundfish Catch Share Program Review; regulators move to protect lobster fishery from exotic bait; a NH captain pleads guilty to falsifying fishing logs; NEFMC reopens Whiting Amendment 22 comment period; and the Trump Administration will hold a Massachusetts offshore wind auction. … More Info »

New England Fisheries

Happy National Seafood Month!

In honor of National Seafood Month, we thought we’d share some recommendations and recipes for New England sustainable seafood. … More Info »

In the News

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, October 19

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, Massachusetts creates new commission to study ocean acidification; police seize scallop catch and arrest New Bedford captain; Senator Warren calls for Rafael’s permits to stay in New Bedford; and Massachusetts lawmakers tell Trump to keep marine monument protections. … 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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