(NEWPORT, OR) – Representatives of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) will be in Newport on Wednesday, June 15, 2022 to hear...
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Online non-profit newsroom The Daily Yonder took a deep dive into the issue of offshore wind development and impact on coastal communities and the commercial fishing industry.
Fishermen, seafood processors, marine suppliers, scientists, and members of multi-generational fishing families gathered in Coos Bay on Tuesday to send a unified message: protect U.S. fishermen.
Join us on May 10 to celebrate the West Coast fishing industry and all it contributes to resilient coastal communities. As the federal...
In what may seem like an unusual partnership, numerous environmental organizations joined forces with fishing industry leaders this week to raise further concerns about proposed wind energy development off the Oregon coast.
Offshore wind energy is coming to Oregon, according to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, but the seafood industry says it’s an oncoming windstorm.
In response to a new study that offers dynamic, temporary closures of certain fishing grounds as a way of reducing by-catch, MTC’s Heather Mann joined researcher Ray Hilborn for a conversation on Oregon Public Radio’s “Think Out Loud” program.
From seafood landings to onlines sales and more, NOAA has taken a close look at how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted commercial fishing and related industries in 2020.
A comprehensive look at fishing’s place in Lincoln County’s economy reveals a growing impact on the area’s earned income through 2019. The...
MTC is pleased to announce our organization’s success in securing two grants for unrelated projects that will highlight the work of members.
As an organization, we continue to work with our members on testing methods, safety training, and other issues specific to the pandemic.
An annual report compiled by the United Fishermen of Alaska includes provides insights into commercial fishing and seafood processing in 2018.