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Tide to Table Profile: Swell Oyster Co.

Swell Oyster Co. grows oysters, bay scallops, and clams in the working waterfront town of Hampton Harbor, New Hampshire.
September 23, 2022 - Feature Story ,
A hand holding four Swell Oysters in the shell. The four oysters are market-size and take up the person's entire hand. Market-size Atlantic Oysters, grown by Swell Oyster Co. of Hampton Harbor, New Hampshire. Credit: Swell Oyster Co.

Tide to Table Profile: Alaska Shellfish Farms

Alaska Shellfish Farms grows oysters, mussels, and kelp in the glacial waters of Halibut Cove’s Kachemak Bay.
September 23, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Two Alaska Shellfish Farms oysters, shucked and arranged on a bed of snow outdoors, next to a biodegradable plastic bag of oysters and an oyster cage. Two Glacier Point Oysters, aquacultured in the Kachemak Bay by Alaska Shellfish Farms. Credit: Alaska Shellfish Farms

NOAA Enlists Hawaiʻi Fishermen for Mahimahi Diet Study

New program will collaborate with fishermen to help reveal what these open-ocean predators are eating. Fishermen can receive financial rewards for participating in the program.
September 20, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Close-up of a mahimahi head. Mahimahi are fun to catch and quite acrobatic. Plus, they are great to eat! Credit: NOAA Fisheries

Preliminary Survey Results for 2022 Eastern Bering Sea Crab Survey

Survey showed continuing low numbers of adult snow crabs, but lots of immature crab—which may help fishery in future years.
September 02, 2022 - Feature Story ,
snow crab embryos Snow crab embryos. Credit: NOAA Fisheries.

International Actions Pay Off For Pacific Bluefin Tuna as Species Rebounds at Accelerating Rate

New stock assessment reflects second highest biomass since assessments started.
August 15, 2022 - Feature Story ,
School of bluefin tuna swimming in dark ocean waters with some light coming in from above.

NOAA Releases Two Key Reports, Status of Stocks and Fisheries of the United States

U.S. fisheries held steady in 2021, with more than 90 percent of stocks not subject to overfishing and 80 percent not overfished.
School of fish School of yellowfin tuna in the Atlantic Ocean. Credit: iStock

NOAA Announces Projects Recommended for Saltonstall-Kennedy 2022 Funding

NOAA Fisheries Announces $11.87 million in grant funding for the promotion, development, and marketing of U.S. fisheries.
May 03, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Fishing vessels docked at Point Judith, Rhode Island Fishing vessels docked at Point Judith, Rhode Island. Credit: NOAA

Sustainable Fisheries, Sustainable Seafood

Celebrating success in recovering our nation's fisheries.
April 18, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Photo of tuna swimming with sun rays coming through Tuna swim in sunlight. Credit: iStock.