The last of Chesapeake Bay’s oyster and crab buy boats are still earning their keep.
Despite a significant wild-harvest industry, the long-term outlook indicates a shift toward seaweed aquaculture along the northeast U.S. coast.
The Washington State Department of Ecology is accepting comments on permit renewals for four Cooke Aquaculture net-pen facilities in the state.
NIOSH, in partnership with the U.S. Coast Guard, is making $6 million in grant funding available for commercial fishing safety training and research.
The Dungeness boat Mary B II capsized in crossing the bar in Newport, Ore.’s Yaquina…
The government shutdown has caused few problems so far in Alaska’s fisheries, but concern is growing as it enters a third week.
The Tri-State Dungeness Crab Committee, which oversees the northern California, Oregon and Washington Dungeness crab…
The U.S. House voted to pass the Modern Fish Act on Wednesday, just two days after the Senate approved it unanimously, swiftly sending the bill to President Donald Trump’s desk for a signature.
The North Pacific Fishery Management Council set the 2019 quotas this month for more than two dozen fisheries in federal waters.
Officials have yet to determine a cause for the sinking of the 71-foot F/V Nordic Viking in the Seward, Alaska, harbor on Dec. 9.
West Coast trawlers were on pace to land their respectful IFQ shares of Petrale sole for the 2018 season in early November.
The New York Attorney General’s office may take enforcement action against some supermarket chains after it found “rampant” seafood mislabeling at grocers across the state.