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Editor’s Log: When the wind blows
Science center program lead Thomas Swiader (left) shows an employee at the Seafreeze Shoreside processing facility in Rhode Island how to use the squid measuring system. NMFS photo/Anna Mercer.
Squid processors help new Northeast science center study
Hopeful Harvest is a Gulf of Mexico offshore supply vessel converted to a Chesapeake Bay oyster planter. Larry Chowning photo.
OSV becomes oyster planter in Alabama yard; museum shop finishes last of late builder’s deadrises
The F/V Heidi & Elisabeth heads toward the commercial fishing pier in Portsmouth on a late summer evening to offload her daily catch of groundfish, sold at local farms through the Daily Haul. Eric Gendron @ericgendronphotography photo
Close Quarters: Ocean zoning pushes fisheries to the brink
October 1971: The Supersuit, designed by Jack O’Neill. L. Lindquist photo
Flashback to 1971: The Supersuit makes a splash
Florida stone crab. Florida Sea Grant photo.
Gulf stone crab: Crabbers look forward to good year, despite shorter season
Like Buttah: Celebrating Lobster Week with the Lobster Lady
Tanner crabs. Alaska Department of Fish and Game photo.
Crab update: Optimism for a strong Gulf of Alaska Tanner season
Oyster cages along the Damariscotta River in Walpole, Maine. Mook Sea Farms photo.
Northeast oysters: After disaster loomed in pandemic, ‘markets are slamming’
NMFS has approved a plan by the Pacific Fishery Management Council to reduce salmon fishing if declining chinook numbers appear to endanger orcas. NMFS photo.
NMFS approves plan to restrict salmon fishing, protect orcas
The East Side Boat Shop launched the “Yes Dear,” a 41 Libby, for a Rockland lobsterman. East Side Boat Shop photo.
Libby boats designed to pack a lot of weight; diesel record set at Maine lobster boat races
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