Maine’s lobstermen embody an iconic industry that for many defines the lifestyle on the coast…
ROSA, the Responsible Offshore Science Alliance, launched this week to fill the need for a collaborative regional science body to address fisheries and wind development.
We grieved when we learned of the passing of Luis Ribas, 60, in January.
The first commercial seaweed farm in the country has evolved and is growing. With the overhaul comes a name change and more importantly, a new line of seaweed products.
The Responsible Offshore Development Alliance has signed a 10-year collaborative agreement with NMFS and the…
Maine seaweed-based businesses are getting ocean greens on the menu The seeds were planted when…
Three years ago, Colleen Francke, 33, realized she needed to make a big change in her life, and that’s when she decided to get sober. That’s when she decided to launch Salt Sisters.
The bill would provide up to $5 million in grants annually for the next 10 years to develop technology that would reduce the mortality rates for the species.
An alleged scheme to sell an illegal bluefin catch cost a Gloucester, Mass., fisherman $26,000.
Galen Alley, who set the Maine lobster boat racing speed record in his 30-foot Foolish Pleasure in 2011, will always be remembered.
Whatever mixed messages the Trump administration may be sending about its view of man’s impact on the climate, its Interior Department is going full steam ahead on offshore wind energy development.
The aquaculture industry represented by some 550 attendees seemed buoyantly optimistic about the future, despite a slew of regional challenges.