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Shrimp boats docked in Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Doug Stewart photo.
Gulf shrimp landings data showing rebound in Louisiana and decline in Texas
Pink shrimp. Oregon Sea Grant photo/Lynn Ketchum.
Northwest shrimp harvest: Big tows per trip, but low prices
U.S. fishermen following strict regulations compete with $2.4 billion in of illegally caught seafood imports every year. Expanding the Seafood Import Monitoring Program may reduce the illegal trade, but observers say it now falls short. Oceana photo.
Oceana endorses expanding U.S. seafood imports monitoring
Jeremy Zirlott had to drop his price on 21-25 headless shrimp from $7 to $4.90 in order to compete in a market flooded with subsidized farmed shrimp. “I don’t know if we can stand another year of this,” he says. Paul Molyneaux photo.
Imports killing shrimp prices
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Jennifer Stevenson on board the F/V Captain Raleigh. Jennifer Stevenson photo.
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This 36' x 15' aluminum Cajun-built vessel has been transformed from a North Carolina skimmer shrimp trawler to a Chesapeake Bay oyster dredge boat. Larry Chowning photo.
Cajun shrimp boat gets a second act with Virginia oysters
BOEM's proposal for eight wind energy areas off the central U.S. Atlantic coast covers about 1.7 million acres, down from 3.9 million acres in the agency's original call area in April 2022. BOEM graphic.
BOEM adapts Gulf of Mexico wind planning to central Atlantic
Shrimp boats at Port Arthur, Texas. Port Arthur Area Shrimpers Association photo.
Texas shrimpers call for new coalition to fight imports
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