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.
Thirty years after the Exxon Valdez spill, Alaska’s Prince William Sound shows lasting scars.
Seasonal sea lettuces are more complex and useful than you think, if they are harvested.
What constitutes seafood fraud, and what can we do about it? Join me and a panel of industry insiders as we try to answer these questions during a webinar on January 23.
First dubbed the “salmon girl” at the age of 16, Jacqui Shaffer’s path to commercial fishing began with a large wooden sign advertising Desire Fish Co. in her hometown of Bellingham, Wash.
[Editor’s note: This story was originally published in the February 2010 issue of National Fisherman.]…
Members of fisheries who are still waiting on disaster funding checks will be on hold again until after the shutdown is over.
More than 100 members of the fishing industry signed an open letter to the U.S. House and Senate opposing any attempts to legitimize open net pen finfish aquaculture.
There’s something magical about old wooden workboats. It’s like wooden clapboards compared with even the finest vinyl shingles. Vinyl is final, as they say
Alaska fishing jobs rebounded with record growth in 2017 thanks to peak summer fishing.
In expanding Alaska’s booming mariculture industry, securing a seed supply is top priority.
Whether or not you’re a stakeholder in the Gulf Coast or South Atlantic fisheries, this act is a sign of things to come.