The modernization of the North Pacific fleet is up for grabs as U.S. shipyards and ports stake their claims on the economic spoils.
An open letter to President Donald Trump on improving the intellectual infrastructure of fisheries management.
North Carolina environmental officials are on the hunt for a new director to take the lead at the state Division of Marine Fisheries.
A letter sent on behalf of the National Coalition for Fishing Communities to newly appointed U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.
U.S. wild shrimp suppliers and processors recommend that the International Trade Commission maintain anti-dumping duties on farmed foreign shrimp.
After nearly 20 years off the market, a small, tasty, pink scallop — once a symbol of Puget Sound’s thriving and diverse seafood sector — mounts a comeback.
A bill that would open part of the Mississippi Sound for shrimping a month ahead of the traditional June start is headed to the desk of Gov. Phil Bryant.
Maine lobstermen generally get along, but the fishery does have a history of lobstermen getting cross-wise over territorial and personal disputes.
New Bedford, Mass., Mayor Jon Mitchell expressed concerns about the effects of marine monument designations on the fishing industry.
Representatives of the National Coalition for Fishing Communities urge bipartisan reform of the marine monument and sanctuary designation processes.
A 31′ 6″ x 11′ wooden lobster boat offers something slightly different for Stonington, Maine shipbuilder Peter Buxton.
A three-month project that promoted Bristol Bay sockeye salmon in Boulder, Colo., boosted sales and is already expanding.