Stripers Forever Symposium Press Release 1/14/06 %7E The concept of managing the wild striped bass on the Atlantic coast as a game fish for recreational fishermen by ending all commercial harvesting of the species will be discussed in depth by a panel of fisheries, conservation and socio-economics experts at a symposium to be held in Foxboro, MA. on May 20, 2006.
TRCP objects to proposed oil and gas drilling in native trout, mule deer, sage grouse habitat, urges revision of federal mineral leasing process on public lands
WASHINGTON – Spurred by concerns over the effects of energy development on valuable fish and wildlife habitat, the Theodore
Sportfishing community lauds this contrast to fisheries management by proclamation
Alexandria, VA – January 5, 2009 – Industry and fishery conservation groups learned today that the Department of Commerce’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Marine
NO ASSURANCE THAT MARINE RESOURCES WOULD BENEFIT
West Babylon, NY—Coastal Conservation Association New York (“CCA NY”) has long supported New York’s adoption of a properly-constituted recreational salt water fishing license. However, it does not support the licensing
Partnership announces guideposts in drive to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish
WASHINGTON – The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) today released its 2009 Conservation Policy Agenda, which represents the consensus priorities of its wide-ranging partners.
Washington, DC, August 22, 2008 − Today the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s (ASMFC) Horseshoe Crab Management Board once again failed to take the necessary action of approving a moratorium on horseshoe crab fishing in key states. In doing so, they acquiesced to the short-term