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A school lunch with fish fillet at the Samuel J. Green Charter School in New Orleans, La. USDA/Matthew Noel.
USDA wants to buy more Northeast groundfish for school lunches
GE Haliade-X turbines planned for Vineyard Wind would stand more than 800 feet above sea level. A lawsuit challenging project approvals questions if the turbines can survive major hurricanes. GE image.
Fishing advocates sue over federal approvals for Vineyard Wind
Asher Molyneaux running the newly refurbished Finlander II back to its berth in Portsmouth, N.H., from where he will take the boat scalloping. New England Fishmongers photo
Hook, line and stop sign: Overhauling a New England groundfish boat amid new regs
Petrale sole. NMFS photo/David W. Gotschall.
Petrale sole: Sales up, quota steady ahead
Bonnie Brady, right, of the Long Island Commercial Fishing Association, speaks at a Jan. 20 panel hosted by the Texas Public Policy Foundation. Listening are Meghan Lapp of Seafreeze Ltd., and Texas state Rep. Jared Patterson. TPPF video image.
Texas wind power critics, Northeast fishing advocates meet at Austin forum
Alaska Bering Sea crab crew pulls a pot on deck. ASMI/Chris Miller photo
Alaska bycatch updates: Task force meets this week
The Bureau of Offshore Energy Management approved a plan for 12 wind turbines in the South Fork Wind project 35 miles east of Montauk, N.Y. BOEM graphic.
Final approval for South Fork Wind project
Deepwater boats are finding the Port of Toledo Shipyard a good place to prepare for the coming season. Port of Toledo Shipyard photo
Port of Toledo yard lined with big draggers
A full bag aboard the Alaska Victory. Seapix helps skippers know what’s going to be in the net before they set it. Christophe Corbières photo
The Sonar Challenge: Seapix drills down
Thanks to the new bow configuration and power package in the Bering Hope, Captain Arron Burbach and crew can take on what the Bering Sea has to offer, and keep fishing. Ocean Peace photo
Bayou to the Bering Sea: Ocean Peace converts an oil patch vessel
Blue Harvest Fisheries in New Bedford, Mass., is among Northeast seafood processors that supplied groundfish products for USDA nutrition programs. The company implemented new safety protocols to protect workers during covid-19. Blue Harvest photo.
USDA will buy $25 million in Northeast groundfish for nutrition programs
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