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  • Residents protest cruise ships in California marine sanctuary

    Residents protest cruise ships in California marine sanctuary

    Fishermen are regularly asked, and often told, that they need to adapt their business in order to preserve, conserve, or maintain fish stocks and the health of the ocean. They comply despite the high costs …
  • Food security starts at sea

    Food security starts at sea

    Coastal communities need protection, along with fisheries By 2050, global food production must increase by 70 percent to keep up with population growth. The pressure to grow, harvest and create more protein from America’s resources …
  • On Pebble: Maybe I’ve had it wrong

    On Pebble: Maybe I’ve had it wrong

    I’ve been covering Pebble Mine for my entire career with National Fisherman — coming up on 14 years. In that time, I’ve pretty consistently hammered home that it’s foolhardy and short-sighted to trade one resource …
  • Flashback Friday: November 2019

    Flashback Friday: November 2019

    The Mississippi Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Camille in August 1969.
  • Double duty

    Double duty

    Two of my favorite things came together for our November cover story: a Jay Fleming photo essay on scallops. Jay is a photographer and freelance writer whose magnificent book “Working the Water” is a tribute …

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