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Banner bay scallop year not all good news for fishermen
Hugh Cowperthwaite, Coastal Enterprises Inc. senior program director for fisheries and aquaculture, holds up a lantern net while describing the method of scallop farming with lantern nets hung vertically in the water. NOAA Fisheries photo.
Scallop aquaculture diversifies Maine seafood industry
A control date could establish eligibility criteria for scallop fishermen to switch between different kinds of Limited Access General Category permits for the Northern Gulf of Maine management area (in green). NEFMC graphic.
New England council asks NMFS for Northern Gulf of Maine scallop permits control date
Lund's $2 million investment in a new tunnel freezer for scallops will double its daily processing capability. Lund's Fisheries graphic.
Lund’s Fisheries invests $2 million in new scallop processing
Fishing for snow crab on the F/V Arctic Lady. Corey Arnold photo/Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers.
Fishermen facing climate change: crab crashes and wind power threats
Fishing vessels tied up at New Bedford, Mass. Doug Stewart photo.
Massachusetts Energy Efficient Fisheries gets $2 million for emissions reduction
The New England Fishery Management Council has set aside four closed areas for the 2023 fishing season. NEFMC graphic.
Atlantic scallop 2023 landings to decline with biomass slide
A right whale known to researchers as “Half Note” and her calf, sighted in January 2022 off of Georgia. The calf was thin with whale lice on its flukes, indications of poor health. Clearwater Marine Aquarium Research Institute photo/NOAA permit #20556
U.S. agencies propose to protect whales while building wind power
Leading Light Wind is planned for lease OCS-A 0542, about 84,000 acres obtained with a winning $645 million bid on Feb. 23, 2022, one of the largest awarded in the New York Bight offshore wind lease sale. Leading Light Wind graphic.
Leading Light Wind picks fisheries liaison team for New York Bight project
Industry members listen to the New England Fishery Management Council’s scallop leasing discussion on September 27, 2022 in Gloucester, Mass. NEFMC photo.
New England council votes down scallop leasing
A Lund's Fisheries employee prepares to test for vibrio at the company's newly accredited inspection facility. Lund's Fisheries photo.
Lund’s Fisheries accredited for in-house seafood safety inspection
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