NMFS director Christopher Oliver wrote a letter refuting an erroneous paper published in Marine Policy that claimed IUU seafood from Alaska lands in Japan.
After 12 years with the Coast Guard’s Fishing Vessel Safety Division, the past eight years as head of the department Jack Kemerer retired on Oct. 13.
Cooke Aquaculture’s parent company has acquired Texas-based fish oil and fishmeal producer Omega Protein for nearly $500 million.
The red snapper tug of war in the Gulf of Mexico is being stretched to the limit in 2017, and the recreational fish grab is alive and well.
After Trump’s election, there has been plenty to be unsure about. I do not want to be unsure about the role of women in Bristol Bay.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health recently released an update to a series of regional reports on commercial fishing fatalities.
Every year vessel owners must renew documentation with the U.S. Coast Guard. It costs $26 — unless you get scammed by a private provider.
More opportunities for commercial fishermen could be coming soon as the Trump administration considers making changes to three marine national monuments.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is not complying with a federal law on labeling genetically engineered foods, alleges a lawsuit filed in northern California’s U.S. District Court in August.
Coast Guard rescue and recovery tales from around the country and beyond: August 2017
The national Saltonstall-Kennedy grant competition is calling for proposals for its annual backing of projects that focus on the U.S. fishing industry.