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A Kodiak-based groundfish trawler. Alaska Whitefish Trawlers Association photo.
What science says about the sustainability of trawling
The Libby 76 sailing along Knutson Bay. The proposed road to develop the Pebble Mine would be located directly above the beach in this photo. Bristol Bay advocates seek conservation easements there. Kate Troll photo.
Libby 76 sails into all-time record sockeye harvest
A Bristol Bay fishing vessel in rough seas. Nora Skeele photo.
Wild Abundance: Surviving a record-breaking salmon season in Bristol Bay
Afloat again after a massive rebuild the Western Flyer, once a highline sardine seiner, will become a research and education vessel as part of the Western Flyer Foundation. Port Townsend Shipwrights photo.
Return of the Western Flyer
Longliners at dock in Iceland. Nations strive to manage fisheries resources sustainably, but most with the exception of the U.S. and Canada still pay more to subsidize capacity than resource management. Paul Molyneaux photo.
Cutting fisheries subsidies
Fishing: North Atlantic, a PlayStation, Xbox and PC simulation series
Fisheries technology funding aims to support development of innovative systems that can create and support sustainable fisheries in the U.S., Mexico and all over the world. Paul Molyneaux photo.
Fish Tech Buy-In
North Atlantic right whale. NOAA Fisheries photo.
A Seafood Harvesters of America survey found that fishermen are looking for improvements in engine efficiency, including hybrid electric vessels such as the Norwegian longliner Geir, launched in 2020. HP Holmeset photo.
Focus on fish tech
Matt Alward of United Fishermen of Alaska, Keith Colburn of the F/V Wizard, Jessica Hathaway of National Fisherman and Ted Teske of NIOSH meet at the Maine Fishermen's Forum in 2016, back when we did such things as gather en masse.
Turning of the tide
Unlike East Coast offshore wind energy turbines on sea floor monopile foundations, West Coast turbines would stand on floating platforms. Principle Power/Redwood Coast Energy Authority image.
Oregon fishing advocates organize to pressure BOEM on offshore wind
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