North America

Published on
February 16, 2018

Mexico's aquaculture industry is growing at more than twice the global average, according to the Mexican online publication 20

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Jason Holland

Published on
February 15, 2018

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced plans to purchase catfish products for distribution to various food nutrition assistance

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Jason Holland

Published on
February 13, 2018

A measure aimed at phasing out salmon net-pen farming in Washington state has been passed by the state senate. The move is in response to the accidental release of thousands of Atlantic salmon from a farm, into waters famed for native wild

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Jason Holland

Published on
February 6, 2018

A benchmark stock assessment for American lobster (Homarus americanus) has been initiated by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) to evaluate east coast stock

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Jason Holland

Published on
January 29, 2018

More than 6.6 million pounds (2,994 metric tons – MT) of shrimp were landed in the Gulf of Mexico in December 2017,

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Jason Holland

Published on
January 29, 2018

Conservation practices championed by Maine lobstermen are helping make the fishery resilient to climate change, according

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Jason Holland

Published on
January 24, 2018

Salmon runs in the Prince William Sound (PWS) area will be average or below average in 2018, according to the latest forecast from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game

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Jason Holland

Published on
January 2, 2018

Under 9 million pounds (4,082 metric tons – MT) of shrimp were landed in the Gulf of Mexico in November 2017,

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Jason Holland

Published on
January 2, 2018

Last season’s commercial landings of Pacific halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis) totaled 25.6 million pounds (11,612 metric tons – MT), up

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Jason Holland

Published on
January 2, 2018

Washington's commercial Dungeness crab fishery will open in coastal waters

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