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It’s time for fewer tuna fishing boats, not empty promises

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There is consensus. Too many big tuna fishing boats are chasing declining tuna populations. Environmentalists know this; the tuna industry knows it and governments, scientists and Read More
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  • Date Added: Jun 13, 2012
  • By Greenpeace Aotearoa New Zealand

Septic Systems Slaughter Stripers: CLF Fights Back

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The other night, I broiled a gorgeous piece of striped bass for dinner. Though I savored each bite of this healthy, delicious, lean protein, I couldn’t help think of the grim Read More

Providing Ocean Beauty, Health, and Wealth Demands NOAA Leadership

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Cod swim through the kelp forest on Cashes Ledge   The beauty, health, and wealth provided by the productivity of New England’s ocean is illustrated in the diversity of Read More

Boston Harbor Clean Up Comes Full Circle with New Grant for the Lower Mystic

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Despite a long history of industrial pollution, the Lower Mystic continues to be fished by local residents. Although there is a fish advisory upstream, which suggests that fisherme Read More

UPDATE: Menhaden Fishing Cap - Promising Results for the Most Important Fish in the Sea

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UPDATE: Menhaden Fishing Cap - Promising Results for the Most Important Fish in the SeaBy Erica Fuller | Thursday, May 15, 2014 Menhaden NOAA Despite protests by industrial fishing Read More

Emergency Action Needed to Reverse Cod’s Collapse (By Peter Baker, The Pew Charitable Trusts)

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Federal fisheries officials have a chance to halt the alarming decline of New England’s cod. But they can only do so if they take swift, bold action not only to reduce the nu Read More

Wildlife of the James - Migratory Fish in the James River

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By Gabe Silver, JRA Education and Outreach ManagerAs a fisherman, it is impossible to live near the falls of the James River and not feel fish in your blood this time of year. In s Read More

This Week in Talking Fish

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Catch up with the latest news on Talking Fish, a blog brought to you by CLF and other organizations and individuals who want to see a sustainable fishing industry in New England an Read More

Seafood for Thought: Fish Need Homes Too

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A red cod swims in the healthy kelp forest on Cashes Ledge Note: This blog was originally posted on One World One Ocean as part of their National Sustainable Seafood Read More

Healthy Habitat Helps Create Healthy Fisheries

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One of the fundamental concepts of marine ecology and modern fisheries management is that fish and other ocean wildlife need various types of habitat to feed, grow, and reproduce. Read More
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