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    Some recognition, please
    April 17, 2014 -- If you're doing everything right, isn't it a good idea to be able to show that to people? Justine Simon runs Salt & Sea, a community supported fishery in Portland, Maine. Her husband is a fourth generation fisherman. Her goal is to connect Maine consumers to the best quality local fish. The fishermen she works with — who catch their fish using best practices — want that connection, too.
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    National Restaurant Assn. adds its weight to "Share the Gulf" allocation coalition
    SEAFOOD.COM NEWS [SCOM] -- April 15, 2014 -- As part of its efforts to support sustainability practices in the foodservice industry, the National Restaurant Association is joining Share the Gulf, a coalition of chefs, restaurateurs, restaurant associations, seafood suppliers, fishermen, consumers and environmentalists working to protect their access to fish in the Gulf States.
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    Fresh, local, name your fish: Amid seafood fraud, it may be none of the above
    MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. -- April 12, 2014 -- Robert Vanasse, the executive director of Saving Seafood, a nonprofit group funded by the domestic fishing industry, said Congress is probably in a better position to deal with the labeling and many times imported fish is mislabeled before arriving on American shores.
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    Positive energy at NOAA summit
    ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- April 11, 2014 -- Last week, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Recreational Saltwater Fishing Summit, in Alexandria, Va., gathered recreational fishing leaders from around the country to discuss ways of improving the science, service and stewardship of America’s saltwater recreational resources. The last summit was held in 2010.
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    Committee approves dramatic reduction in 2014 Gulf red snapper season
    April 9, 2014 -- A committee assigned with processing a controversial ruling from a federal judge has recommended this year's recreational red snapper season be cut from 40 to 11 days in length. The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council will vote on the measure Thursday.
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