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  • Seeking Input on Commerce Trusted Trader Program

    Seeking Input on Commerce Trusted Trader Program

    Apr 28: NOAA Fisheries announces sixty day comment period on a Commerce Trusted Trader Program – a component of the proposed U.S. seafood traceability program.

  • Proposed Rule for Seafood Traceability Program

    Proposed Rule for Seafood Traceability Program

    Feb 4: NOAA Fisheries announces the proposed rule for the first phase of a U.S. seafood traceability program to combat IUU fish and fish products and seafood fraud from entering the U.S. seafood supply chain.

  • Sustainability Assessment for U.S. Fisheries

    Sustainability Assessment for U.S. Fisheries

    Jan 28: NOAA Fisheries releases peer-reviewed assessment showing that U.S. federally managed fisheries more than meet criteria of the United Nation’s FAO ecolabelling guidelines.

  • Join Us for a Reddit AUA on Shellfish Aquaculture

    Join Us for a Reddit AUA on Shellfish Aquaculture

    Oct 14: Did you know that shellfish aquaculture could help our bays and estuaries? Find out how and ask NOAA scientists Julie Rose and Suzanne Bricker questions about the hidden powers of shellfish 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. EST on Monday, October 19th. 

  • NOAA Fisheries Celebrates National Seafood Month

    NOAA Fisheries Celebrates National Seafood Month

    Oct 1: NOAA Fisheries celebrates National Seafood Month and highlights U.S. fisheries as a global leader in responsible management and sustainable seafood.

  • Our Year in Review: Top 14 Stories from 2014

    Our Year in Review: Top 14 Stories from 2014

    Dec 17: It's been quite a year at NOAA Fisheries! As we look ahead to 2015, we're revisiting our fourteen most popular stories from 2014.

  • Butterfish—Little Fish Big Science

    Butterfish—Little Fish Big Science

    Oct 30: The new stock assessment for butterfish accounted for the effects of ocean temperatures on the distribution of the stock, something that will become increasingly important as the climate changes and the oceans warm.

  • NOAA Releases Annual Summary of U.S. Fisheries

    NOAA Releases Annual Summary of U.S. Fisheries

    Oct 29: NOAA Fisheries releases its annual summary report on U.S. recreational and commercial fishery landings which provide a snapshot documenting fishing’s importance to the nation.

  • Catching Your Own Seafood

    Catching Your Own Seafood

    Oct 27: Will you find fresh seafood in the glass case at your local market? Absolutely. But the freshest fish you are ever likely to eat is one you caught yourself.

  • Read #AquaScience Chat Recap with Dr. Mike Rust

    Read #AquaScience Chat Recap with Dr. Mike Rust

    Oct 15: Read a recap of our recent chat on twitter with NOAA Aquaculture Science Coordinator Dr. Mike Rust.

  • An End to Overfishing

    An End to Overfishing

    Oct 20: An interview with Sam Rauch, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Regulatory Programs at NOAA Fisheries.

  • Growing Mussels in the Open Ocean

    Growing Mussels in the Open Ocean

    Oct 14: The first shellfish aquaculture project permitted in federal waters off the U.S. east coast is expected to begin operating next spring. Scientists and fishermen are working to grow blue mussels within a 30-acre area in Nantucket Sound.

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