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Fish Talk in the News – Friday, September 30

From time to time, we like to keep you updated on the other news sources that have been “talking fish.” Here’s a quick look at some recent stories and websites that we think might interest TalkingFish.org readers: Last week, NOAA … More Info »

Fishing Banks: The state of play in New England

“Fishing Banks” is an exclusive Talking Fish series looking at the use of permit banks to support a diverse groundfish fleet while encouraging sustainable fishing and the continued rebuilding of fish stocks. This post is the third in the series. … More Info »

Talking Fish urges Senator Brown to spend time fixing current problems instead of rehashing old complaints

Today, the Gloucester Times published an op-ed by Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts in which the Senator charges NOAA actions and regulations with destroying fishermen’s livelihoods. Just yesterday, Talking Fish posted an opinion piece by John Sackton of Seafoodnews.com in … More Info »

Fishing Banks: A new strategy for New England

“Fishing Banks” is an exclusive Talking Fish series that looks at the use of permit banks to support a diverse groundfish fleet while encouraging sustainable fishing and the continued rebuilding of fish stocks. This post is the second in the … More Info »

Fishing Banks: Fleet diversity and an intro to permit banks

“Fishing Banks” is an exclusive Talking Fish series that will look at the use of permit banks to support a diverse groundfish fleet while encouraging sustainable fishing and the continued rebuilding of fish stocks. This post, the first in the … More Info »

Seafood fraud is bad news, but there are good (and delicious) ways to avoid it

Last week, Oceana released a report on seafood fraud, which occurs when seafood labeling is misleading or outright fraudulent, thus preventing consumers from knowing exactly where and how their fish was caught. The report found that seafood might be mislabeled … More Info »

Fishermen Can Work Together to Improve the Fishery

Roger Fleming is an attorney with Earthjustice. Roger has been working in fisheries law in New England and Washington, D.C. since 2001. One of the most rewarding aspects of my involvement in New England fisheries management over the past 10 … More Info »

Net Gain for Fish, Fishery

Peter Baker directs the Pew Environment Group’s Northeast Fisheries program. This op-ed originally ran on Saturday, April 23 in the Boston Herald. You can view the original piece here. Last May, the New England groundfish industry transitioned to a new … More Info »