Category Postings: Washington DC

Red snapper science project wraps

Fishermen optimistic on fish population data By DINAH VOYLES PULVER, Environment writer Daytona Beach News-Journal. The crew of the NOAA vessel Pisces wraps up its work today on red snapper populations, returning to Naval Station Mayport in Jacksonville after a … Continue reading

All postings, Conservation and Environment, Management and Regulation, State and Local, Washington DC

Editorial: Catch share push hits new depths on dishonesty mete

GloucesterTimes.com, Gloucester, MA May 3, 2011 The absolutely co-opted — if not truly corrupted — nature of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s fisheries policy under Jane Lubchenco has never been more evident than now, as various environmental groups push … Continue reading

All postings, Economic Impact, Management and Regulation, State and Local, Washington DC

Congressman Mica calling for hearing into fishery closures.

The ECFS has sent a representative to Washington DC twice in the past month to present information to Congress. This, along with the combined efforts from the past, has led to a congressional call for a hearing. The following is … Continue reading

All postings, Management and Regulation, Washington DC

SAFMC Letter to Secretary of Commerce RE: Data Deficiencies.

Alerts, All postings, Management and Regulation, Washington DC