Food-track tech: Swipe a code, meet your fisherman
Maine fishermen and scientists are working on "Boat to Plate," a smart phone app which will allow consumers to trace the origins of the seafood they buy.
Maine fishermen given course in safety techniques
A free training course held Thursday at the Coast Guard station drew 44 Maine fishermen who were taught skills designed to improve safety in one of the most dangerous jobs in America.
Florida Fisheries Improvement Act Comes Under Fire
Sen. Rubio has reintroduced the “Florida Fisheries Improvement Act,” which he says improves fisheries management in the Gulf of Mexico. Critics say it will move the fishery away from science-based management.
Show chronicles 40 years of fishing in Gloucester MA
Spanning more than 40 years, his vast collection of images is part of the new exhibition “When The Fish Came First,” which opens May 28 at the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck in Gloucester.
White House Says it Would Veto MSA Reauthorization
The White House issued a statement saying it would veto the current MSA reauthorization bill if it made it to President Obama's desk.