Tagged sustainable seafood

New CAP Report Discusses Fisheries Benefits of MPAs

The Center for American Progress (CAP) released a new report titled, “How Marine Protected Areas Help Fisheries and Ocean Ecosystems.” In the report, the authors discuss the need to protect specific areas and habitats as our ocean waters warm due to climate change and as new technologies provide increasing access to the ocean. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, May 24

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, Vineyard Wind seeks proposals for whale detection technology; a new study on Cape Cod port profiles looks to aid commercial fishermen; bait shortage means a change for lobsters’ diet; and a pediatric physician group recommends children eat more seafood. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, May 17

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, NOAA Fisheries seeks comments on proposed recreational management measure for cod and haddock; scientists link Gulf of Maine warming to decline in right whales’ food supply; Maine passes law to help sick lobstermen keep their licenses; NOAA implements new dogfish catch limits; and five types of seafood dominate New England seafood counters. … More Info »

Happy Earth Day 2019!

It’s Earth Day – the perfect opportunity to take a moment to appreciate our environment for all its wonder and beauty. More importantly, it’s a day to think about what each of us can do to leave the Earth just a little better than how we found it. Keeping the big blue in mind, here are five ways you can help make a difference. … More Info »

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 »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, July 13

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, the House passes MSA reauthorization bill; RI denied seats on the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council; no right whale deaths in Canada; a new online source shows East Coast offshore wind projects; the UN predicts growth in world fish production; a pilot study says there is limited availability of local seafood in New England; and MA senators support right whale bill. … More Info »

H.R. 200 Hurts Fish and Fishermen

Yesterday, in a troubling vote, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 200, jeopardizing the future of sustainable fisheries and insulting the years of bipartisan, science-based efforts that have defined fisheries management in the United States. … More Info »

The Magnuson-Stevens Act: A Safety Net for the Future

Despite the success of the Magnuson-Stevens Act, certain recreational and commercial fishing interests are now supporting legislation, H.R. 200, that would return us to a past they seem to have conveniently forgotten. … More Info »

Trump Administration Repeals National Ocean Policy

The Trump Administration repealed and replaced the National Ocean Policy this week, taking a major step backwards for the responsible stewardship of our ocean and ocean resources. … More Info »

National Seafood Month: Chef Bun Lai Pioneers Sustainable Sushi

Bun Lai is the James Beard-nominated chef of Miya’s Sushi in New Haven, CT. Miya’s is known for being the first sustainable sushi restaurant in the world. To celebrate National Seafood Month, Chef Bun Lai speaks about forging a new path, and why it’s important to think of the environment when choosing seafood.  … More Info »