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Restoring Migrating Fish Passages Is Measureless

The Atlantic salmon is the only salmon native to the east coast of the U.S. Once celebrated as the “king of fish," only 1% of the historic population remains [...]

June 29, 2017 RECENT, Slide

News: Recreational fishermen get boost from Obama Administration

Obama Administration yields to Republican wishes and loosens restrictions on species catches previously protected. Flexibility will be administered by regional "Councils." [...]

October 17, 2016 News, RECENT, Slide

News: Gulf bluefin spawning habitat still impacted by BP spill

The resonance of British Petroleum's Deepwater Horizon oil spill will live as a day of infamy like the Exxon Valdez. Both of their effects on wildlife continue to negatively impact the world around us [...]

September 30, 2016 News, RECENT, Slide

Conservation: Finally, some good news about the state of our fisheries resources

U.S. fisheries continue to rebuild; number of overfished stocks remains near all-time low. Total number of rebuilt U.S. marine fish stocks since 2000 rises to 3 April 20, 2016 / NOAA The number of domestic fish stocks listed as overfished [...]

April 21, 2016 Conservation, RECENT, Slide

News: Another useless damn dam bites the dust

In 2009 CalAm, NOAA Fisheries and the California State Coastal Conservancy agreed to the removal of the San Clemente Dam to protect public health and safety, and restore threatened steelhead trout [...]

September 4, 2015 News, RECENT, Slide

News: NOAA’s Recreational Fishing Policy fully supported

The NOAA Fisheries plan will focus its efforts over a 4 years to support the recreational fishing policy and deliver quality science, service, and stewardship [...]

April 28, 2015 News, RECENT, Slide

Of Interest: Are our sustainable seafood policies working?

We know a little something about sustainably caught and farmed seafood, the jobs supported, and enjoyment experienced. Our science-based management process is delivering results benefiting both the environment and the economy [...]

October 3, 2014 Of Interest, RECENT, Slide

Of Interest: Fish paths, where do they go?

As Polovina explains in this interview, the bigger picture comes from combining the tag data with the data from ocean-observing satellites. [...]

September 23, 2014 Of Interest, RECENT, Slide

News: Chinook salmon reintroduced to the Wenatchee River

To participate in this fishery, anglers must possess a valid 2014-15 fishing license and a Columbia River Salmon/Steelhead Endorsement [...]

June 11, 2014 News, RECENT, Slide

News: Status and Trends of Wetlands in Coastal Watersheds

Coastal watersheds of the continental United States lost wetlands at an average rate of 80,000 acres a year [...]

November 26, 2013 Conservation, FEATURE STORY, News, Slide