After the 194-foot Bering Sea trawler Araho installs 14 electric winches, will U.S. boats run with the European trend? Norwegian designers seem to think so.
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AquaBounty Technologies has sold its first batch of genetically modified AquAdvantage salmon to undisclosed Canadian customers.
Coast Guard rescue and recovery tales from around the country and beyond, July 2017 edition.
A group of New Hampshire fishermen are petitioning to have their lawsuit against NOAA over at-sea monitors decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.
AquaBounty Technologies has said that they plan to produce 1,300 tons of genetically modified salmon annually starting in 2018.
Canadian fisherman Joe Howlett, 59, was struck and killed by a whale he had freed from an entanglement on Monday, July 10.
Cause of Action Institute is suing NOAA in attempt to obtain employee instant message records that the agency considers off the record exchanges.
The Young Fishermen’s Development Act, modeled after a federal agriculture program, aims to bolster success and succession in U.S. fisheries.
Robots are cutting up snow crabs in Canada and could start filleting cod in Norway soon, a sign of things to come in the seafood processing industry.
Salmon skin, heads, bones and other body parts have long been popular in cultural usages…