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NOAA Releases Two Key Reports, Status of Stocks and Fisheries of the United States

U.S. fisheries held steady in 2021, with more than 90 percent of stocks not subject to overfishing and 80 percent not overfished.
School of fish School of yellowfin tuna in the Atlantic Ocean. Credit: iStock

NOAA Announces Projects Recommended for Saltonstall-Kennedy 2022 Funding

NOAA Fisheries Announces $11.87 million in grant funding for the promotion, development, and marketing of U.S. fisheries.
May 03, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Fishing vessels docked at Point Judith, Rhode Island Fishing vessels docked at Point Judith, Rhode Island. Credit: NOAA

Sustainable Fisheries, Sustainable Seafood

Celebrating success in recovering our nation's fisheries.
April 18, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Photo of tuna swimming with sun rays coming through Tuna swim in sunlight. Credit: iStock.

Aquaculture Opportunity Areas Featured at Aquaculture America 2022

Aquaculture Opportunity Areas can develop economic and environmental resiliency, and serve as a vital complement to wild-catch fisheries.
April 11, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Large baskets of freshly harvested oysters sit at the water's edge, as aquaculture workers unload additional oysters from nearby boats. NOAA combines scientific analysis and public engagement to identify areas that are environmentally, socially, and economically appropriate for commercial aquaculture.

Sustainable Seafood: An Interview with Janet Coit, NOAA Fisheries Assistant Administrator

Hear Janet Coit's thoughts on a number of major themes and how they relate to our role in ensuring sustainable seafood, including the pandemic, climate change, working waterfronts, and more.
April 11, 2022 - Podcast ,
Dr. Richard Spinrad, NOAA Administrator, Dick Jones of Blue Ocean Mariculture, and Janet Coit, NOAA Fisheries Assistant Administrator at Seafood Expo North America in March 2022 NOAA Administrator, Dr. Richard Spinrad, Dick Jones of Blue Ocean Mariculture, and NOAA Fisheries Assistant Administrator, Janet Coit, at Seafood Expo North America in March 2022. Credit: NOAA Fisheries.

Partnership Supports Minorities in Aquaculture Internship Opportunity

Developing partnerships result in new opportunities for aquaculture accessibility.
March 09, 2022 - Feature Story ,
The "Minorities in Aquaculture" logo superimposed over a background of oysters in the shell.

Seafood Expo North America 2022

Seafood Expo North America is a leading trade event for all sectors of the seafood industry. The Expo will be held at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center from March 13-15, 2022. Visit us at Booth #181.
March 02, 2022 - Feature Story ,
A variety of seafood on a bed of ice.

Fall in Love with New Seafood This Year

Take a chance and meet some new flavors.
February 17, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Table with fish and shellfish dishes Fish and shellfish dishes. Credit: iStock

Global Study Sheds Light on the Valuable Benefits of Shellfish and Seaweed Aquaculture

Is it possible to eat our way to cleaner water and more fish? A new global study shows that shellfish and seaweed aquaculture provide valuable benefits to people and ocean ecosystems.
February 10, 2022 - Feature Story ,
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