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The 73-foot trawler/scalloperJersey Cape is one of 19 vessels in the Lund's Fisheries fleet. Lund's Fisheries photo.
Lund’s Fisheries expands with new executive hires
Fishing vessels at the Block Island Wind Farm. Ørsted photo.
After Trump administration moves to pull plug, Vineyard Wind looks to Biden
Lobstermen haul traps off the coast of Maine. Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative photo.
Maine launches seafood brand with CARES funds
Vineyard Wind plans to build its 800-megawatt project (in yellow) 15 miles south of Martha's Vineyard. BOEM image
BOEM pushes back final findings on Vineyard Wind
The WindServe Odyssey is a U.S. flag crew transfer vessel built in Rhode Island to serve offshore wind turbines. Ørsted rendering.
Offshore wind advocates confident BOEM will move projects forward
The crew of the Arianna Maria unloads a catch at the Fishermen's Dock Cooperative in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. Fulfill photo.
New Jersey puts out $11.2 million in covid-19 fishing aid
The Maine Aqua Ventus pilot project would install a pair of 6-megawatt floating wind turbines off Monhegan Island. University of Maine rendering.
Federal grant for Maine offshore wind
Jack Davis and Eric DeShields are scalloping with smiles on the F/V Elise G with Capt. Mike Cox on the Atlantic Open Bottom in July 2020.
November Crew Shot of the Month
Ørsted's Burbo Bank Extension Wind Farm in the Irish Sea. The Denmark-based energy company will develop 1,100 MW of offshore wind power east of Atlantic City, N.J. Ørsted photo.
Offshore industry says drilling moratorium endangers wind power too
Scallopers Campaign photo
Time for change in the Atlantic scallop fishery
Heavy seas at the Block Island Wind Array in Rhode Island, the first offshore wind array in the United States. Department of Energy photo
Fishing advocates: Study shows offshore wind jobs overstated
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