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Making Waves: 5 Steps the 116th Congress Should Take to Restore the Health and Productivity of America’s Oceans By Alexandra Carter and Miriam Goldstein – Center for American Progress – December 18, 2018 The 2018 elections sent a clear message: … Continue reading

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Ending Harmful Fisheries Subsidies Could Reverse Decline in Fish Stocks By Isabel Jarrett – The PEW Charitable Trust – November 19, 2018 Healthy fisheries are critical to a healthy ocean but today many fish stocks are in decline due to … Continue reading

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We Can Still Save Our Oceans and Fisheries. New Study Shows How. By Merrick Burden – Environmental Defense Fund – August 29, 2018 For years, scientists have warned that climate change, along with overfishing, would devastate oceans and the fisheries … Continue reading

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Taking Children on Their First Fishing Trip By Ben Team – Outdoor Empire Few memories last as long as those surrounding your first fishing trip ( family’s first RV trip maybe? ). You probably still remember the sights, sounds and … Continue reading

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Hunting and Fishing Groups Leery of Weakening Clean Water Act By Ben Long – OutdoorLife – March 7, 2017 Take the water out of a freestone trout stream and you’ll be casting to a bunch of rocks. Drain the wetlands … Continue reading

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Native Alaska, Under Threat By Callan J. Chythlook-Sifsof – The New York Times Opinion – June 27, 2013 I was raised in Aleknagik, Alaska — an indigenous Yupik Eskimo village 400 air miles from the nearest chairlift and accessible only … Continue reading

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