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Workers processing Chesapeake Bay blue crabs. Maryland Sea Grant photo.
Biden administration to add 20,000 H-2B visas, helping blue crab processors
NamJet expands on Alaska markets with niche fisheries.
Bayou to Bristol Bay: NamJet goes niche
Fishing boats tied up in New Bedford, Mass. Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism photo.
New Bedford says wind boundary changes just a start
The crews of the F/V Ms Manya and F/V Grand Larson III hard at work on an August day, performing maintenance between trips in New Jersey’s Viking Village. Britton Spark photo.
BOEM to offer six New York Bight wind leases in Feb. 23 auction
Deepwater Wind's Block Island array. Deepwater Wind photo.
New Jersey collecting $26 million in wind fees for research
Loligo squid are among the research subjects in the 2022 round of funding for the Science Center for Marine Fisheries. NMFS photo.
Science group funds $126,000 for Atlantic fisheries studies
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management said its environmental assessment foresees 'no significant impact' from up to 800,000 acres of wind energy leases in the New York Bight. BOEM graphic.
BOEM says ‘no significant impact’ from New York Bight wind leasing
Scallops harvested on a 2019 trip in Nantucket Lightship South conducted under the NMFS Scallop Research Set-Aside (RSA) Program. Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences photo.
Scallop prices soar
Pilothouse windows are to be replaced on the 45-foot Bonnie M, but shortages of window parts have delayed work at Cockrell's Marine Railway. Larry Chowning photo
Virginia deadrise overhaul slowed by supply chain, leaves room for a repower
Four North Atlantic right whales socialize in what is known as a surface active group in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. NMFS photo/Alison Ogilvie.
Study finds 40 percent of right whales summer in Gulf of St. Lawrence
The Bureau of Offshore Energy Management is reviewing proposed offshore wind energy projects and potential development areas from New England to South Carolina. BOEM image.
New England council calls for offshore wind mitigation fund
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