Rhode Island’s Block Island wind farm owner Ørsted is looking at a two-year splicing and drilling project to rebury exposed cable.
Throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, boatyards and commercial fishermen, who historically used marine railways to haul and maintain boats, are switching over to hauling vessels in the straps of motorized commercial boat lifts.
ROSA, the Responsible Offshore Science Alliance, launched this week to fill the need for a collaborative regional science body to address fisheries and wind development.
The Responsible Offshore Development Alliance has signed a 10-year collaborative agreement with NMFS and the…
The bill would provide up to $5 million in grants annually for the next 10 years to develop technology that would reduce the mortality rates for the species.
Offshore wind energy developers are courting recreational fishermen in the New York Bight, who could gain dozens of new fishing spots around turbine towers, but worry about impacts of the massive projects on traditional fishing grounds.
North Carolina’s blue crab season got off to a good start, but was slammed when Hurricane Florence hit in September and was expected to rebound as 2018 came to a close.
In the new State of the Bay report published in January, scientists dropped the rating of the bay’s health from a C minus to a D plus.
The last of Chesapeake Bay’s oyster and crab buy boats are still earning their keep.
The New York Attorney General’s office may take enforcement action against some supermarket chains after it found “rampant” seafood mislabeling at grocers across the state.