They say if you want to break bad news, do it on a Friday. The Food and Drug Administration did just that in releasing its final approval for genetically modified salmon to be grown and sold in the United States on Friday, March 8.
If you’ve ever met any member of the Ruhle family, then you know you’ve been graced by the salt of the earth — or the sea, as the case may be for this fishing family.
Canada’s snow crab fishery is looking ahead at another year without its MSC certification, but the real risk may be at the hands of the ecolabel.
The Fishermen’s Finest waiver for the America’s Finest has again thrown the Jones Act into…
Global efforts to eradicate the use of forced or child labor are rising to the demands of customers who demand credible documentation of socially responsible practices throughout the seafood supply chain.
Alaska’s Bristol Bay salmon fishermen are once again rallying the troops to help check a juggernaut that threatens the world’s single-most productive salmon fishery.
Taking stock of the Florida communities devasted by Hurricane Michael, a Category 4 storm that caused an estimated $14.5 billion in damages.
The following is an excerpt from a letter to the editor and was originally published…
Retirement isn’t for everyone. A perfect example is 71-year-old Peter Darna who has fished his whole life, as did his father and grandfather before him.
I feel obligated to confess, since I’m writing a pseudo-Valentine’s post, that this is not a favorite holiday of mine.