The City of Gloucester says preserving New England’s fishing industry is in the nation’s best interest, but they’ll need federal dollars to save it
The U.S. Senate has passed the first amendment proposed by Massachusetts Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren to provide disaster relief funds for the Northeast fishing industry.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has filed an amendment that would provide disaster relief funds for the Northeast fishing industry.
The news continues to be terrible for New England fishermen hoping to avoid a huge reduction in their catch limits in 2013.
Regulators are again increasing the catch limit on the spiny dogfish, a species fishermen have long said is far too abundant.
The law that governs the nation’s fisheries was passed 36 years ago to oust foreign boats working in U.S. waters. Today, New England fishermen wonder if it will soon oust them.
New England’s already strapped fishing fleet has a major new expense bearing down on it — paying for human monitors to track the fish that are hauled on deck or tossed over.
Oil has been spilling into the Gulf of Mexico for 72 days; more than 140 million gallons and it keeps flowing. The question many in New England are…
The early returns for Northeast fishermen working under a major rules change shows their catch down 10 percent, but revenues up 17 percent.
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