National Fisherman


Former Defense Secretary William S. Cohen and his firm, The Cohen Group, have been hired by Pebble Limited Partnership to evaluate the fairness of the Environmental Protection Agency’s recent actions in Bristol Bay.

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This question, posed by consumers in restaurants and food markets across the country, has become a ubiquitous catchphrase. It even served as the subject of the very first sketch on IFC’s uber-hipster comedy series “Portlandia.” The bit focused on a cloying couple so concerned with the premortem welfare of the chicken offered on a bistro’s menu that they ditched dinner to ride out to the farm and check the bird’s paperwork.

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During the course of the debate about the proposed Pebble open-pit mine, former Gov. Frank Murkowski has proven one of the most ill-informed supporters of the wildly unpopular project.  His most recent Community Perspective piece in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner attacking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency finds him true to form.

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During the course of the debate about the proposed Pebble open-pit mine, former Gov. Frank Murkowski has proven one of the most ill-informed supporters of the wildly unpopular project.  His most recent Community Perspective piece in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner attacking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency finds him true to form.

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MARYLAND - In early May, A E Phillips & Son should be bustling with 30 workers that are picking crabs, processing them, and canning the meat. According to general manager, Morgan Tolley, some have done the job for more than 20 years.

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The fates of a migratory shorebird, horseshoe crabs, and the state's oyster industry have converged at the center of a debate over how each should be accommodated where they come together every spring, in New Jersey tidal flats along the Delaware Bay.

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The Winchester Bay waterfront has become full of activity as an Oregon company directs the fishing of sardines, an unknown fishery off the coast there.

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JUNEAU -- Gov. Bill Walker has made a second try at filling a vacant seat on the Alaska Board of Fisheries, this time picking the director of a Kenai Peninsula conservation group for a position traditionally held by members sympathetic to sportfishing interests.

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Last week I got schooled in the proactive side of fisheries management.

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At a legislative committee Thursday, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game says it could absorb part of the responsibilities of the Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission if it was eliminated.

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Inside the Industry

Fishermen throughout the Gulf of Mexico are praising Louisiana officials for a series of strong decisions last week that have broken the deadlock of red snapper management in the Gulf of Mexico.

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According to the Portland Press Herald, the Maine Seaweed Festival has been canceled this year due to a rift between the event’s organizers and seaweed harvesters.

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