Monthly Archives: March 2015

Maine Fishermen’s Forum – Day 3

Today is the third and final day of the Maine Fishermen’s forum, and, in many ways, it’s the day to which I an looking most forward with several excellent seminars scheduled. Before I layout my plans for today (be sure … Continue reading

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Karen Talbot to Donate Large Striped Bass Painting to Fishermen’s Forum

Those of you who follow me on Twitter know that I’m in the middle of this year’s Maine Fishermen’s Forum, where I’m covering a variety of issues regarding local fisheries at the intersection of science and sustainability. What you may … Continue reading

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Maine Fishermen’s Forum – Day 2 Preview

Today is the second day of the Maine Fishermen’s Forum in Rockport, Maine. Yesterday was an excellent day with a positive, forward-looking Maine Coast Community Sector Annual Meeting (check my Twitter feed for some of the highlights) and a great … Continue reading

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Maine Fishermen’s Forum – Day 1 Preview

Today is the first day of the 40th Annual Maine Fishermen’s Forum. While the afternoon will be dedicated to celebrating Main Seafood with top chefs, including personal favorite Barton Seaver, my morning will be dedicated to the┬áMaine Coast Community Sector … Continue reading

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Feds Recommend Increase in Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper Quota

This afternoon, the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council┬ámoved to set the controversial total red snapper quota equal to the acceptable biological catch (ABC)* of 14.30 million pounds (mp) for 2015. This quota would represent an increase of 3.3 mp … Continue reading

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