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Ocean Pollution Kills Fish

Last week, the bipartisan “Save our Seas Act 2.0” was passed and sent to the president for signature. The “Save our Seas Act 2.0” was introduced to address the plastic debris crisis threatening coastal economies and harming marine life; it also recognizes this crisis needs to be dealt with on a global scale. The time for action is NOW.  Failure to act could doom the oceans to a future of lifeless and underproducing fisheries, unable to contribute to feeding the…

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Seagull in Harbor

In July, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA). The Senate’s version of WRDA, the America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2020 (AWIA) now awaits a vote.  If this important legislation is not voted on and passed by the end of the month, it will have to start the legislative process from the beginning of the 117th Congress, delaying many important projects by a year, or more. Specifically, this legislation would tackle water quality issues, coastal…

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Aquaculture Garden

Currently, 90 percent of seafood consumed in the United States is imported, 50 percent of which is derived from aquaculture.  Worldwide, aquaculture is the fastest growing food production sector and presents an enormous economic opportunity for our nation as aquaculture produces $230 billion worth of goods annually. Unfortunately, the lack of a streamlined permitting process has hindered the widespread development of aquaculture farms in the United States. In fact, currently, there are no active aquaculture farms in U.S. federal waters.…

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Keep America Fishing

Record numbers of Americans are going fishing and enjoying public lands and waters, many for the very first time. This reinforces our mission to ensure state and federal policies support sensible fisheries management and protect this sport we all love. Thanks to Keep America Fishing supporters like you, some of the most important and impactful pieces of pro-fishing legislation in decades became the law of the land. Without your efforts—the thousands of emails, letters and messages you sent through the…

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