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Smooth Sailing with Clean Diesel

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In 2011, CLF Ventures received a grant from the EPA to help two New England fishing/whale watching vessels replace the aging, inefficient engines on their vessels with cleaner-burn Read More

Waves of Change: Making a Dam Plan for Fish Habitat

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Image Copyright USFWS An engineer, a politician, and a fish walk into a dam. The engineer says, “We could have built it bigger.” The politician says, “We should h Read More

Speak Up for the “Most Important Fish in the Sea”

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Fisheries commission needs to hear from you, today! Menhaden are harvested by the millions. (NOAA) Something very unusual happened at the November 2011 meeting of the Atlantic Stat Read More

Atlantic Forage Fish Need Oversight of Industrial Trawl Fleet

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Atlantic Forage Fish Need Oversight of Industrial Trawl FleetBy Roger Fleming | Thursday, July 31, 2014 A mid-water trawler that fishes for Atlantic herring in New England waters. Read More

This Week on – January 19-23

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January 21 – What’s Happened to All the Striped Bass? - For the past six years I’ve fished for striped bass a few days each fall off Montauk, Long Island, wi Read More

Fish decline forces name change on tuna tournament

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You know things are dire when this happens ... the long running annual ‘Extreme Boats Open Tuna Tournament’ off Whakatane has this year been rebranded the ‘Extrem Read More
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  • Date Added: Jan 23, 2011
  • By Greenpeace Aotearoa New Zealand

Introducing a New Place to Talk Fish

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Original photo: William Hyler If you read CLF Scoop or follow fishery management news through other means, you know that since last May, the New England fishing industry has underg Read More

This Week in Talking Fish

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

The Trouble With Being a Turtle … or a Fisherman

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Throughout September, CI is bringing you stories about sea turtles and their conservation. Check out the Sea Turtle September website, see our blog post about a surprising new home Read More

Secrets of the James - Warm Winter Brings Shad Up the James Early

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by Gabe Silver, JRA's Education & Outreach ManagerSpring temperatures bring migratory fish like shad and herring up the James River to spawn. An extraordinarily warm start to 2 Read More
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