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The Copper Crown: The first king salmon landed in Alaska’s Copper River opener gets a first-class ticket to Seattle on Alaska Air’s Salmon Forty Salmon to celebrate the official start of Alaska’s salmon fishing season. Seattle is a major hub for Alaska seafood as it gets channeled through the Lower 48 and overseas. OBI Seafoods photo
Salmon overtakes lobster as highest value catch
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management issued its final record of decision for Vineyard Wind (blue crosshatched area), an 800-megawatt project to be built 15 nautical miles off Martha's Vineyard, Mass. BOEM graphic.
Biden administration clears way for Vineyard Wind
The Ocean Wind turbine array off Atlantic City would send power ashore through cables to the. former BL England coal generation plant (lower left) and north to the former Oyster Creek nuclear generating station. Ørsted image.
Ocean Wind project worries New Jersey beach resorts, fishing industry
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
Scallops on deck. NOAA photo.
NMFS selects 13 Northeast scallop research projects worth $12.5 million
The 14-megawatt GE Haliade X turbine is becoming favored by U.S. offshore wind developers, including Ørsted which plans to work with GE building nacelles in New Jersey. GE image.
BOEM finalizes environmental statement on Vineyard Wind
The 143-foot Atlantic Destiny sank on March 3, 2021. Jaylon Brownbridge/Canadian Coast Guard photo
U.S., Canadian forces rescue 31 from Canadian scallop vessel
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.
BOEM resumes final environmental review for Vineyard Wind
Wolfgang Rain is chief coordinating officer for Sea Risk Solutions LLC. US Wind photo.
US Wind, Sea Risk Solutions to work on Delmarva fishermen outreach
BOEM is reviewing a draft environmental impact statement on plans by offshore wind developers Ørsted and Eversource to build up to 15 turbines for the South Fork Wind Farm. BOEM image.
Traffic lane, habitat alternatives for South Fork offshore wind project
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