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A ruling in a Louisiana federal court earlier this week could have major implications for how the United States regulates aquaculture in federal waters.
American and Canadian negotiators have successfully brokered a deal to renew the Pacific Salmon Treaty.
Japanese fishing industry officials failed to win the approval of the international industry for its proposal to increase quotas for Pacific bluefin tuna.
U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to extend U.S. tariffs to an additional $267 billion worth of Chinese goods in comments made last week.
The National Fisheries Institute testified before the United States Trade Representative on this week in strong opposition to new tariffs proposed by the Trump Administration.
AquaBounty Technologies’ net loss has grown this year, due in part to costs at its salmon farm in Indiana. But it has managed to keep selling GMO salmon from its Panama farm.
In this edition, a Sitka Sound sinking, fishermen stranded off the coast of California and N.C. fishermen survive a wreck by clinging to debris.
A group of Democratic U.S. representatives is pressing for emergency relief for fishing businesses suffering from an escalating trade war.
Members of the U.S. Senate got their first chance to look at the latest attempt to merge NMFS with the Fish and Wildlife Service