Chris Oliver of Anchorage, Alaska, has been named assistant administrator for the National Marine Fisheries Service.
A pair of new data projects aims to improve fishery management at home and abroad.
When it comes to safety, a small investment of your time could pay dividends in years on your life.
“There’s no evidence of American lobsters taking off in those waters, like the green crab or Asian shore crab did here.”
Coast Guard rescue and recovery tales from around the country and beyond, May 2017 edition.
As the Trump administration gears up for a review of national monuments, one thing is certain: Get ready for a long fight.
The Trump administration’s 2018 federal budget unveiled on May 23 is bad news for anything that swims in or near U.S. waters.
Let’s get this out of the way: the term “oyster herpes” is gross. However, it’s not what you might think.
Spring is the season of firsts in many respects. In Alaska and Maine, it’s time to welcome the first salmon and crack the first lobster.
The legislation would establish a national program to support young people looking for careers in the commercial fishing industry.
The overall number of U.S. fish stocks listed as overfished or subject to overfishing rose slightly in 2016, but the overall downward trend continues.
A potentially massive overhaul of the federal Antiquities Act initiated by President Trump could mean changes for marine monuments.