The Clatsop County Democrats recently passed a resolution to support the Environmental Protection Agency's Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment, which documents destructive impacts and further risks from the contentious plans to build North America's largest open-pit mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Clatsop County is home to more than one-third of Oregon's 2,100 Bristol Bay commercial fishermen, more than any other county in the state.
Catholic Charities North has announced that contributions of $25,000 are available for Gloucester residents in the Catholic Charities North Fishing Community Fund.
DR. MARTY GRIFFIN'S years of service to the cause of conservation in Marin are appreciated, but his opinion piece (Marin Voice, May 2) reminds me of Michael Moore's comment at the Oscars some years ago; we do indeed live in fictitious times.
SEABROOK — It's been a long two months for New Hampshire's small fishing fleet since the federal government slashed their fishing quotas.
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The California-based Maybach Foundation has awarded its Culinary Arts Project Sustainable Food Leadership grant to Amanda LaBelle of Rockland, Maine. LaBelle will be the project's protege, while local food advocate Monique Coombs has agreed to be the mentor.
The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI) is delighted to announce Sara Squarstoff as the winner of the “Show Us Your Alaska Seafood” Instagram Contest.Read more...