Fighting IUU Fishing and Seafood Fraud
Aug 27: What are the next steps in combating IUU Fishing and Seafood Fraud? Read More . . .
$10M in Grants Available
Sept 14: NOAA Fisheries Announces up to $10 million in grants to support fishing communities and working waterfronts. Read More . . .
$2.5M in Grants for Bycatch Reduction
Oct 1: NOAA Fisheries announces 16 Bycatch Reduction Engineering Program grants to support research and innovation. Read More . . .
Oct 21: Introducing the mobile-friendly, redesigned FishWatch.gov. Read More . . .
Fish at Risk
Oct 29: The National Ocean Committee announces the list of species "at risk" for IUU fishing and seafood fraud. Read More . . .
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|U.S. fisheries are among the world’s largest and most sustainable. The U.S. science-based fishery management process prevents overfishing and rebuilds fish stocks, helping strengthen the value of fisheries to the economy, our communities, and marine ecosystems and providing a long-term supply of seafood for the nation. The Office of Sustainable Fisheries supports national domestic policy issues, provides support to the regional fishery management councils, manages Atlantic highly migratory species, and works with federal partners to ensure the safety of seafood sold in the United States. We work closely with the NOAA Fisheries regional offices and science centers and in partnership with the regional fishery management councils, interstate marine fishery commissions, and states to ensure U.S. fisheries are sustainably managed.