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Aaron Longton is a commercial fisherman based in Port Orford, Oregon. He knows the importance of protecting habitat so that fish can find shelter and food, grow, and reproduce—even when that means closing certain areas now in order to ensure that fishing remains a viable living for future generations. It’s why he believes it’s time to strengthen the law that governs management of U.S. ocean fish, known as the Magnuson-Stevens Act, to require federal officials to do more to protect habitat already being stressed by a changing climate.

CA Sea Grant helps spark new law to permit Fishermen’s Markets

California Governor Jerry Brown has signed new legislation to streamline the permitting and operation of direct, local fishermen’s markets in California. Dubbed the “Pacific to Plate” bill and sponsored by Speaker Toni Atkins (D-San Diego), AB 226 allows fishermen’s markets to operate as food facilities, vendors to clean their fish for direct sale, and multiple fishermen to organize a market under a single permit.

Breathing New Life into the Independent Fishing Fleet

Why should we care about independent, owner-operator fishing fleets? For one thing, these sorts of operations help to maintain meaningful employment in coastal communities. There are a number of groups who are currently focused on the importance of such fisheries, such as the Community Fisheries Network, a cooperative that works to address the social side of fishing, an increasingly important aspect of sustainability in fisheries.

From Dock To Dish: A New Model Connects Chefs To Local Fishermen

The pile of fish marks an important step toward a fundamentally different way that prominent chefs are beginning to source American seafood: the restaurant-supported fishery. Call it an evolutionary leap from community-supported-agriculture programs, which support local farmers, and community-supported fisheries, which support small-scale fishermen. Both models rely on members who share the risks of food production by pre-buying weekly subscriptions.

Fishermen in the Schools for Real Good Fish’s Bay2Tray Program

Real Good Fish is working to bring species that don’t have much of a market to school lunches, and we are creating an educational component to go along with it. For high school students, it will include curriculum for classes in food systems, marine biology, and fisheries, all of which will follow Next Generation Science Standards. For elementary schools, we want to cultivate awe and interest in the ocean for students.

America’s gold is in our fisheries

In the face of serious threats to our nation’s fisheries, fishermen, conservationists, and scientists are coming together to influence policy-makers, educate the public about where our seafood comes from, and support family fishermen and the habitat on which they depend.

Maine fishermen adapt to a changing industry

Port Clyde fishermen create cooperative to survive the harder times at sea.

An evening with Paul Greenberg on sustainable fisheries

The first in a series of three Food Forums hosted by Ecotrust, Local Catch was keynoted by Paul Greenberg -- award-winning author and a leading voice for uncovering critical fisheries issues. Greenberg based his keynote on his findings from his latest book, American Catch, and took the audience along on his journey from a summer spent shocking juvenile salmon in Oregon rivers to the Fulton Fish Market in Manhattan and around the world exploring the ins and outs of the seafood market.

Maine Association of Nonprofits Recognizes Penobscot East

Penobscot East Resource Center's work with fishermen, regulators and the scientific community reviving the Maine sea scallop fishery has been featured as one of eight return on investment case studies in the Maine Association of Nonprofits' (MANP) recently-released bienniel report that illustrates the essential contributions of Maine's nonprofits to the state's economy and quality of life

Ecology Action Centre: Making Fishing Fair

Nova Scotia's Ecology Action Centre works to raise the profile of small-scale fisheries by telling the stories of the fishermen and their communities.