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Power surge: With Vineyard Wind on approval track, 10 more reviews in the wings
Northeast squid: Recovery slow, but Rhode Island harvesters welcome restaurants’ return
Fishermen and supporters gathered in Maine’s capital of Augusta on Wednesday, April 28, to oppose offshore wind development in the Gulf of Maine. Monique Coombs photo
Mainers rally to oppose offshore wind development
New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center opens More Than a Job: Work and Community in April. Phil Mello photos
More Than a Job: New Bedford’s work and community
Ready for the trip from Florida to Massachusetts, Nordic Fisheries says the 85' x 28' Heritage is enough boat to get the job done. Duckworth Steel Boats photo.
F/V Heritage: Nordic Fisheries builds an innovative and nimble 85-foot scalloper
BOEM withdrew plans for offshore wind energy areas Fairways North and Fairways South (at top) off the South Shore of Long Island. BOEM image.
BOEM pulls two areas from New York Bight wind planning
The NMFS Greater Atlantic regional office is ending the use of traditional paper logbooks in favor of electronic catch reports in fall 2021. NMFS image.
NMFS switching Northeast fishermen to electronic reporting; new policy to reimburse electronic monitoring
H&H Marine is sending this Osmond 32 to Montauk, N.Y., for commercial fishing and running 6-pack charters. H&H Marine photo.
Maine yard building West Coast longliner; 44-footers popular at Downeast boatshop
Arnold “Buzzy” Kinney and fourth-generation lobsterman Erik Waterman harvest scallops on the F/V Sea Star of Spruce Head. Erik Waterman photo.
Dock Talk: An array of risks
Atlantic herring. NOAA photo
Northeast herring: As catch limit screws tighten, bait dealers seek alternative sources
The Bureau of Offshore Energy Management's supplemental environmental impact statement for the Vineyard Wind project considered the Responsible Offshore Development Alliance's proposal for four nautical-mile-wide vessel transit lanes. BOEM image.
Fishing advocates await BOEM decision on Vineyard Wind
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