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Earth Wise
Pacific Bluefin Tuna On The Rebound | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 2:00


The Pacific Bluefin Tuna is a commercially valuable species that is especially prized in Japan.  The fish is particularly valued for sashimi and sushi and large specimens have been known to fetch enormous prices at seafood auctions. Aggressive fishing reduced the bluefin biomass through the late 1990s and 2000s to only a few percent of […]

Speak Up For The Ocean Blue
Information Around Lobster Fisheries And Salmon Aquaculture Are Causing War Of Words

Speak Up For The Ocean Blue

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 21:29


There are two major issues that have to do with fisheries that could affect the way you choose your sustainable seafood, but each issue can be confusing to find the information that would make it easy for you to make the best decision for you. These issues lead to confusion because you never know which information is correct. The results can affect people's lives in a negative way. In this episode, I am going to discuss the issues and show you how confusing these issues can be and why it can affect conservation and livelihoods.   Sign up to find out about the audio Ocean Conservation Careers members group: https://bit.ly/38ak7Z8   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc 

World Ocean Radio
New Ocean Challenges

World Ocean Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 5:14


This week on World Ocean Radio: a summary of fifteen new ocean challenges as identified by the conclusions of thirty conservation experts around the world, published in a July 2022 report in the journal "Nature Ecology and Evolution." About World Ocean Radio 5-minute weekly insights dive into ocean science, advocacy and education hosted by Peter Neill, lifelong ocean advocate and maritime expert. Episodes offer perspectives on global ocean issues and viable solutions, and celebrate exemplary projects. Available for syndicated use at no cost by college and community radio stations worldwide.

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
The decision to restrict fishing around penguin colonies

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 9:07


Guest: Dr Lisolomzi Fikizolo In a move to curb a trend of a decrease in breeding penguin pairs, the Department of Forestry, Fisheries and Environment has temporarily banned commercial fishing in the waters around some penguin colonies.  The Department's Chief Director of Specialist Monitoring Services, Dr Lisolomzi Fikizolo joins John to explain.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mainstreet Cape Breton
Lobster Made Easy

Mainstreet Cape Breton

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 12:53


Mark Lowe's company created a new way to prepare precooked frozen lobster. The idea took off on CBC's Dragon's Den. The company has partnered with Victoria Co-operative Fisheries in Neil's Harbour.

FM Talk 1065 Podcasts
Midday Mobile - Dr Sean Powers with USA and Dauphin Island Sea Lab talks red snapper and our local fisheries - September 19 2022

FM Talk 1065 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 30:43


Speak Up For The Ocean Blue
Tribal salmon fisheries failures happening more often

Speak Up For The Ocean Blue

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 16:31


The US government has declared tribal salmon fisheries along the west coast failures for a number of years due to a number of factors that include everything from river pollution to climate change, but will the payments offered by the government as compensation for the failures help bring back the salmon stocks? In this episode, I will discuss how the salmon population is negatively affected and what needs to be done to help the tribal communities.    Link: https://wapo.st/3DzkHx0   Sign up to find out about the audio Ocean Conservation Careers members group: https://bit.ly/38ak7Z8   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc 

The Rural News
Breeding a new flavour of strawberries

The Rural News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 4:21


Scientists are embarking on a seven million dollar research project to build knowledge on the genetics behind strawberry flavour and consumer preference. The Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation is teaming up with Griffith University and the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for the five-year project. Rural Reporter Brady Evans spoke with QAAFI sensory science and flavour chemist Associate Professor Heather Smyth to learn more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Echo Press Minute
DNR Fisheries Specialist Talks Muskie Population Study in Lake Miltona

Echo Press Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 47:43


For this episode, Eric Morken, Sports and Outdoors Editor for the Echo Press sat down with Nick Rydell, FIsheries Specialist from the Minnesota DNR out of Glenwood about a two-year study on the Muskie population in Lake Miltona.  The Echo Press is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org. Stay connected to your community with local news! Get your first month of access to ECHOPRESS.COM for only ninety-nine cents! Visit ECHOPRESS.COM/subscribe for this great offer! You can also stop by our office at 225 7th Ave E or give us a call at 320-763-3133.

Florida Sportsman Action Spotter Podcast
Episode 160: New Ideas to Help Save Our Fisheries | Action Spotter Podcast

Florida Sportsman Action Spotter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 50:23


East Coast anglers, would you be willing to report every red snapper caught on your boat if it gave us a chance at a real season? This week Rick and the guys discuss what new ideas we can bring to the table to help save our fisheries without complete shutdowns. Let's discuss! Tune in for the best weekly fishing reports and deep-dive discussions in this week's episode of the Florida Sportsman Action Spotter Podcast. Do you have a question about fishing in your area? Email rick@floridasportsman.com and we'll answer your questions on the air! Download for the best tips of the trade right in your pocket, any time, anywhere. Subscribe to get notified when a new episode drops each week. Follow us on social media for daily fishing reports, we may even share yours!   Outline of this Episode [1:23] Northeast Report [7:19] East Central Report [13:51] Southeast Report [18:49] Keys Report [22:03] 10,000 Islands Report [27:58] Southwest Report [33:31] West Central Report [39:07] Big Bend Report [43:47] Northwest Report [46:12] Panhandle Report [48:37] Florida Fishing Wrap-Up   A BIG thanks to each of our sponsors, without whom we would not be able to bring you these reports each week Yamaha Outboards Shimano Fishing D.O.A. Lures Tournament Master Chum Fishing Nosara / Nosara Paradise Rentals Young Boats  Castaway Hat Co. Academy Sports + Outdoors

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Guest: Groundup journalist, Liesl Human explains to John Maytham wha the discussions between the Khoisan community at Knoflokskraal and the Department of Forestry, Fisheries and Environment were all about.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

America's National Parks Podcast
Glacier Bay - Fisheries and Canneries

America's National Parks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 17:18 Very Popular


The pristine landscape of Alaska's Glacier Bay stretches as far as the eye can see. Heading out from the serenity of Bartlett Cove, the bay opens into a wide waterway dotted with islands, and flanked by snow-capped mountains that disappear into the clouds, and thick forests of spruce and hemlock, cottonwood, and alder. The bay fills a basin carved out by the Grand Pacific Glacier, which has retreated north over the last two hundred fifty years, leaving behind a frigid bejeweled body of water fringed by a series of tidewater glaciers.

Engineering News Online Audio Articles
Creecy outlines rules exempting solar projects from environmental authorisation

Engineering News Online Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 2:22


Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment Minister Barbara Creecy has initiated public consultations on the exclusion of solar photovoltaic (PV) installations from the need to secure an environmental authorisation when located in areas of medium or low environmental sensitivity. The Minister has given the public 30 days to comment on the proposed exclusion, which is provided for in Section 24(2)(e) of the National Environmental Management Act. The move is in line with an announcement made by President Cyril Ramaphosa on July 25, when he unveiled a so-called Energy Action Plan to tackle intensifying load-shedding. In his speech, Ramaphosa announced that government would waive or streamline certain regulatory requirements to accelerate investment. “This includes reducing the regulatory requirements for solar projects in areas of low and medium environmental sensitivity. “It also means Eskom can expand power lines and substations without needing to get environmental authorisation in areas of low and medium sensitivity and within the strategic electricity corridors,” the President said. In a Gazette notice, published on September 8, Creecy noted that a screening tool had been developed to identify the environmental sensitivity of specific locations. These sensitivities are rated from ‘very high' and ‘high' to ‘medium' or low'. Based on environmental sensitivity, the Act allows for activities to be excluded from obtaining an environmental authorisation in areas demarcated to be of a low or medium sensitivity. Under the proposed rules, solar PV developments or expansions in low or medium sensitivity locations can apply for an exclusion, along with any associated activities, and instead opt for registration. “At least 15 days prior to the expected commencement date of the proposed development or expansion, the proponent must register or re-register the proposed facility and infrastructure with the competent authority,” the notice, which includes proposed registration documents, reads. If the project has a site sensitivity verification report and the documentation is correctly completed, the competent authority has ten days to provide a registration number.

The Broadcast from CBC Radio
NL's Marine Institute helps create fisheries curriculum in Kenya; and sunfish are the biggest fish in the sea - hear why more being spotted in NL waters

The Broadcast from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 20:06


Ed Durnford of the Marine Institute talks about helping create fisheries programs for colleges in Kenya; and Everett Sacrey on increased sightings of mola mola

Engineering News Online Audio Articles
Creecy outlines rules exempting solar projects from environmental authorisation

Engineering News Online Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 2:22


Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment Minister Barbara Creecy has initiated public consultations on the exclusion of solar photovoltaic (PV) installations from the need to secure an environmental authorisation when located in areas of medium or low environmental sensitivity. The Minister has given the public 30 days to comment on the proposed exclusion, which is provided for in Section 24(2)(e) of the National Environmental Management Act. The move is in line with an announcement made by President Cyril Ramaphosa on July 25, when he unveiled a so-called Energy Action Plan to tackle intensifying load-shedding. In his speech, Ramaphosa announced that government would waive or streamline certain regulatory requirements to accelerate investment. “This includes reducing the regulatory requirements for solar projects in areas of low and medium environmental sensitivity. “It also means Eskom can expand power lines and substations without needing to get environmental authorisation in areas of low and medium sensitivity and within the strategic electricity corridors,” the President said. In a Gazette notice, published on September 8, Creecy noted that a screening tool had been developed to identify the environmental sensitivity of specific locations. These sensitivities are rated from ‘very high' and ‘high' to ‘medium' or low'. Based on environmental sensitivity, the Act allows for activities to be excluded from obtaining an environmental authorisation in areas demarcated to be of a low or medium sensitivity. Under the proposed rules, solar PV developments or expansions in low or medium sensitivity locations can apply for an exclusion, along with any associated activities, and instead opt for registration. “At least 15 days prior to the expected commencement date of the proposed development or expansion, the proponent must register or re-register the proposed facility and infrastructure with the competent authority,” the notice, which includes proposed registration documents, reads. If the project has a site sensitivity verification report and the documentation is correctly completed, the competent authority has ten days to provide a registration number.

Fishing the DMV
Upper Potomac Flathead Catfish Invasion & Smallmouth Stocking Program with Maryland Fisheries Manager John Mullican

Fishing the DMV

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 102:40


John Mullican is the Field Operations Manager Freshwater Fisheries and Hatcheries Division Fishing and Boating Services Department of Natural Resources. John runs all 5 management regions of Maryland. In this episode we dive into the state of the state of the Non-tidal portion of the Potomac River, flathead catfish situation, trout stocking programs and the smallmouth fish stocking program.  The relative abundance of flathead catfish was a little less than half of the channel catfish abundance during our surveys in 2021 when no flathead were collected in 2011. However, the relative abundance of flathead catfish in our surveys more than doubled in the five year period between 2016 and 2021. This still represents a very rapid increase in flathead abundance  Additional linksMaryland Freshwater Fisheries and Hatcheries Division webpage. Trout Management Area MapUpper Potomac River Smallmouth Bass Stocking Program   Invasive Catfish Page If you are interested in being on the show reach out to me at fishingtheDMV@gmail.com         Fishing the DMV YouTube Channel:      https://youtu.be/n3c-CFvmpFg       Jake's bait & Tackle Facebook:      https://www.facebook.com/JakesBaitAndTackle/?ref=pages_you_manage      #fishing #FishingtheDMV #bassfishingCasual FridayWhere 2 friends sit back, celebrate the week that was and talk about nothing in particularListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify History of AfricaTake a deep dive deep into African history with this in-depth podcast. From Casablanca...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Food 4 ThoughtThis is a podcast about everything, each week we will discuss different topics over a...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify All Automotive with Matt Clawson Automotive related topics. Anything from owning an repair facility to racing. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Cigar TalkLite up a cigar, pour yourself a drink, sit back and enjoy the fastest growing Cigar...Listen on: Apple Podcasts

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Sanctions provide opportunity for Alaskan fishing

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:28


The war in Ukraine hadn't had much of an impact on Alaska until recently, when the US banned fish imports from Russia. Although it's possible to maneuver around the sanctions, Alaskan fishers are hoping to fill the gap.

Business News Leaders
Climate finance focus ahead of Cop 27

Business News Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 27:29


Nearly 40 million people worldwide work in jobs related to clean energy, according to a Sept. 8 report from the International Energy Agency. That number represents 56% of total energy sector employment, meaning that, for the first time ever, clean energy jobs outnumber those involved in producing, transporting, and burning fossil fuels.
The US's Inflation Reduction Act contains some of the most robust climate change provisions in American history. It will likely spur a race to the top in renewable energy technologies and have implications for African exports in critical minerals for these technologies. The US Strategy for Sub-Saharan Africa, which was released around the same time, however is disappointingly vague on key climate issues, including climate finance.
Recently South Africa's banks have come under the Just Share spotlight. With developments moving rapidly, and the scope and extent of potential ESG disputes evolving in real-time, it is becoming and important risk factor for business.
As we build up to Cop 27 in Sharm el Sheik in Egypt Joining Michael Avery for this conversation is Barbara Creecy, Minister of Forestry and Fisheries and Environmental Affairs; Olivia Rumble, co-founder of Climate Legal; Kirsten Wolmarans, Partner at Webber Wentzel and Candice Stevens, Chair: Africa's Sustainable Finance Coalition & Co-Chair: IUCN WCPA Sustainable Finance Specialist Group

Arizona Wildlife Federation Podcast
Lee's Ferry - an Iconic and Changing Grand Canyon Fishery

Arizona Wildlife Federation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 66:57


Casting a fly to wild rainbow trout while wading in icy waters beneath towering crimson cliffs has brought anglers from around the world to Lee's Ferry. This iconic Grand Canyon fishery is legendary among the flyfishing community and beyond. Unfortunately, warming temperatures and drought are taking its toll and the future of this fishery is uncertain. Listen in while our guest, Jim Strogen, tells us about the ferry's history, gives us some tips for visiting and fishing, and also explains some of the issues threatening the future of this special place.   https://www.azwildlife.org/ https://www.tu.org/chapters/arizona/zane-grey/ https://www.arizonaelksociety.org/ https://www.backcountryhunters.org/family_squirrel_camp https://www.votsqf.com/

Wrangell History Unlocked
Rise & Fall of the Star of Bengal II: Farewell

Wrangell History Unlocked

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 50:01


It's the summer of 1908, and the Star of Bengal bids farewell to San Francisco. After a long, hard season of fishing and canning salmon, the 138 men throw a farewell party before sailing home. But a dark fate lays ahead. Learn more: wrangellhistoryunlocked.com/star

Beaver State Podcast
Beaver State Podcast: How we built a new fishery to take pressure off the nearshore reefs

Beaver State Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 52:02 Very Popular


Generally called long-leader fishing but perhaps more appropriately called long-dropper fishing, ODFW staff and partners created this fishery several years ago to take pressure off the nearshore reefs and specifically yelloweye rockfish. By going a bit farther out and using gear that keeps bait off the bottom, anglers are able to target new and sometimes much-larger rockfish like canary rockfish and bocaccio, and have a 10-fish bag limit. While it's mostly been a charter fishery, more and more sport anglers are starting to notice. Featuring ODFW's Lynn Mattes, Captains Shannon Hunter, Mike Sorenson and David Peterson.  Please contact us via email – Beaver_State_Podcast@odfw.oregon.gov  

National Wildlife Federation Outdoors
From the Field: Commercial fishing off the coast of Sitka, Alaska with Robby Bruce.

National Wildlife Federation Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 16:21


We are excited to launch a short form story telling series on the NWF Outdoors podcast! We invite you to enjoy the premiere of our “From the Field” series with an episode recorded on board a 90' wooden fishing vessel off the coast of Sitka, Alaska. For this episode, Aaron and Mandela joined the crew of the “North Wind” for a beautiful morning in the harbor and open water off the coast of Southeast Alaska. For this 15 minute interview, Aaron sits down with Robby Bruce, the operator of the "North Wind" -- a 90' boat constructed in 1944. They discuss the fishing season, climate change, Alaskan fisheries, conservation and what a typical day looks like for his crew. Curious where the boat is right now? Check out this live tracker: https://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/details/ships/shipid:445614/mmsi:367448380/imo:7100316/vessel:NORTHWIND  Show notes: 0:05 – Intro to the show, the boat and Robby. 1:09 – Robby chimes in regarding what he and his crew are up to today on the fishing tender called the North Wind. 3:22 – When does the season begin? 4:35 – Fisheries conservation in Alaska is unique. 5:41 -- Commercial fishing as conservation. 7:19 -- What are fishermen concerned about? Sustainability… 8:34 --  Robby reflects on climate change and his concerns regarding ocean acidification. 9:40 -- What do fishermen think about seasons when the sockeye &/or king salmon are smaller than average? 11:46 -- Robby talks about his boat, crew and operations. 12:54 -- Robby chats about his future and the future of fisheries. 14:58 -- Robby shares some closing words.

Short Wave
'Scallop Discos': How Some Glitzy Lights Could Lead To A Low-Impact Fishery

Short Wave

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 14:40 Very Popular


Scientists in the UK have discovered that if they take a pot meant for catching crabs and just add some bright lights, scallops flock through the door like it's Studio 54. Scallops are normally fished via trawling or dredging—methods that can cause lasting damage to delicate seafloor ecosystems. So this accidental discovery (the lights were initially added to attract crab) could have a significant impact on scallop fishing. We talk with one of the scientists, Robert Enever of Fishtek Marine, a company that creates sustainable fishing gear, about this collaboration between science, industry and conservation.Follow Short Wave on Twitter @NPRShortWave. You can also email the show at ShortWave@NPR.org.

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast
The Science in Alternative Feed Ingredients with Yas Farjad

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 47:10


Links:Connect with Yas on LinkedInCheck out our website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us podcast@globalseafood.org!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/

Wrangell History Unlocked
Rise & Fall of the Star of Bengal I: A Star is Born

Wrangell History Unlocked

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 50:01


There are many stories about the Star of Bengal. In our first episode, we introduce you to some of its best-known legends. We'll take you back to 1874 when Irish shipbuilders Harland & Wolff launched the Star of Bengal, through its decades at sea, up to Alaska. Learn more: http://wrangellhistoryunlocked.com/star

Florida Sportsman Action Spotter Podcast
Episode 158: Is Florida's Fishery in Danger of Closing? | Action Spotter Podcast

Florida Sportsman Action Spotter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 64:52


We have some very real forces working against our way of life, including three new proposals that are worrisome for anglers. We talk to our captains about these new proposals and how they could affect the future of fishing in Florida. Tune in for the best weekly fishing reports and deep-dive discussions in this week's episode of the Florida Sportsman Action Spotter Podcast. Do you have a question about fishing in your area? Email rick@floridasportsman.com and we'll answer your questions on the air! Download for the best tips of the trade right in your pocket, any time, anywhere. Subscribe to get notified when a new episode drops each week. Follow us on social media for daily fishing reports, we may even share yours!   Outline of this Episode [1:31] Tropics Report [6:52] Northeast Report [13:09] East Central Report [23:09] Southeast Report [27:18] South Report [36:49] 10,000 Islands Report [41:15] Southwest Report [48:17] West Central Report [52:30] Big Bend Report [56:53] Northwest Report [1:00:23] Panhandle Report [1:03:12] Florida Fishing Wrap-Up   A BIG thanks to each of our sponsors, without whom we would not be able to bring you these reports each week Yamaha Outboards Shimano Fishing D.O.A. Lures Tournament Master Chum Fishing Nosara / Nosara Paradise Rentals Young Boats  Castaway Hat Co. Academy Sports + Outdoors

Whatever Happened To...?
Zebra Mussels | 21

Whatever Happened To...?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 24:55


Brook Schryer recalled his first interaction with zebra mussels in the early 1990s. He was living with his family on Lake Scugog in Ontario and one fall, Schryer and his brothers pulled the family boat out of the water and noticed that it was double its normal weight. This was because of the sheer number of tiny mollusks that clung to the bottom of the boat. The brothers scraped the mussels off the boat but at just five years old, Brook didn't understand just how big of a problem the pesky mollusks would become. Zebra mussels are native to the Black and Caspian seas region in southeastern Europe and in the 1980s they established themselves in the Great Lakes through ballast water from ships. According to the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, as of 2020, the mussels have been found in Lake St. Clair, the Great Lakes, the St. Lawrence River, the Mississippi River watershed and most recently in Lake Winnipeg, the Red River and the Nelson River. Zebra mussels have created huge changes in the ecosystems they have established in; they have also caused significant economic impacts. In the 1990s and early 2000s, attempts were made to prevent other invasive species from causing the same havoc. On this episode of What happened to…? Erica Vella speaks with experts about the damage caused by zebra mussels and finds out what has been done to stop the spread of the invasive species and how can we prevent it from happening again. Contact: Email: erica.vella@globalnews.ca Resource for reporting invasive species in North America www.EDDMapS.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast
Exploring the Seafood Industry's Media Landscape with James Wright

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 47:16


Links:Visit the Advocate online magazine!Email James WrightRead Jamie's article "Haiti's Hatchery of Hope"Check out our website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us podcast@globalseafood.org!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/

The Salmon People
Hiding the Scientist

The Salmon People

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 44:04


As her day to testify at the Cohen Commission arrived, Alex Morton was full of adrenaline. She could tell people what she had been seeing with the salmon for the past two decades. And she would reveal what she had found in the 500,000 pages of government documents submitted to the inquiry. Documents that had only been released to inquiry witnesses, and would go back under lock and key the moment the inquiry was over. It should have been a perfect Hollywood moment — like key scenes from Erin Brockovich, Dark Waters or even The Verdict. And when Alex made key documents public, they revealed how the health of wild salmon had been ignored by Fisheries and Oceans for decades.We are crowdfunding to cover the cost of this podcast. If you'd like to contribute, as little as five dollars per month can help support this work: https://www.nationalobserver.com/donate/podcasts.

Final Approach Podcast
Episode 48: The Man Behind the Decoys

Final Approach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 37:42


Oregon, USA – This episode of the FA Podcast Mario talks to Pat Godin, 17 time World Decoy Carving Champion. Pat grew up in Ontario Canada and carved his first fishing lure when he was 11. Pat has been carving in the professional world since 1976. He won his first  carving championship that year and has added 16 more to his trophy case. We talk to Pat about all the Live Mallards and Black ducks he has carved for us and the brand new Live Wood Ducks coming this fall. Pat is a special person not only in the carving world but also about his degree from university. Pat has a Bachelor's degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Biology and when he graduated he did some work at the famed Delta Waterfowl station in Manitoba. Pat's knowledge for Waterfowl and Mallards especially goes much farther than just carving.

Good Things with Rebecca Turner
Good Things with Rebecca Turner 2022-08-29

Good Things with Rebecca Turner

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 53:39


Ricky Flynt(Alligator Program Coordinator - MS Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks) joins the conversation from fresh off the water to give his take on Gator the season so far and to detail his history with a State Record setting female Gator!

Seafood News
FDA Introduces Phase 3 of AI Imported Seafood Pilot Program; Ecuador Shrimp; and More

Seafood News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 6:12


Join SeafoodNews Managing Editor Amanda Buckle for a new episode of the SeafoodNews Podcast. This week Amanda talks about the FDA's Phase 3 of the Artificial Intelligence Imported Seafood Pilot Program, as well as the FDA's recent meeting with Ecuador's Vice Ministry of Aquaculture and Fisheries of the Ministry of Production, Foreign Trade, Investments and Fisheries. Plus, learn more about Grieg Seafood's recent decision to separate itself from Russian-related business; and more! This episode of the SeafoodNews Podcast is brought to you by the fourth annual Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers' Wild Alaska Pollock meeting, taking place at the Westin Seattle in Seattle, Washington on October 17, 2022. The Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers, also known as GAPP, is working to promote Wild Alaska Pollock in major whitefish markets around the world, with a focus on Europe, North America and Japan. Their goal is to educate both seafood buyers and consumers about the superior benefits of Wild Alaska Pollock. The theme of this year's Wild Alaska Pollock meeting is “Strategically Building Awareness and Demand for the Perfect Protein” and will bring together representatives from all segments of the Wild Alaska Pollock industry, marketing experts, and visionary speakers designed to challenge the status quo and inspire collaboration for tackling future industry challenges. Topics will include economic updates, consumer research and trends, the results from the new GAPP “always on” Wild Alaska Pollock awareness and demand campaign and much more. To register for the meeting please visit alaskapollock.org—don't miss out!

Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle
Friday, August 26, 2022 – The Menu: Farm Bill and tribal fisheries

Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 56:25


The Farm Bill is a huge piece of legislation dealing with every aspect of agriculture and nutrition and it's set to be reauthorized in 2023. That's a chance for Native food advocates to insert critical policies, change old policies, and promote food sovereignty. Plus, tribes are getting a big funding boost from the Inflation Reduction Act with millions of dollars dedicated to Indigenous climate resilience and adaptation projects in tribal fisheries and hatcheries. Friday on Native America Calling, Andi Murphy serves up a new helping of “The Menu,” our regular roundup of the Indigenous food movement, with attorney Carly Griffith Hotvedt (Cherokee), associate director of the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative at the University of Arkansas School of Law and committee member of the Oklahoma state office for the Farm Service Agency; Alexander Ashley (Navajo), chef, owner, and operator of Bidii Chidi; and Michael Orcutt (Hupa), fisheries department director for the Hoopa Valley Tribe.

The Takeaway
Did Freya the Walrus Have to Die?

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 8:45


Freya the Walrus wandered the waters of the North Sea, visiting different parts of Europe throughout 2020 and 2021. In June 2022, Freya received viral attention on social media for her antics after climbing on the back decks of boats. Freya showed up in Norway this summer and became an unexpected tourist attraction. In spite of her appeal, Norwegian officials considered her a threat to people who ignored warnings about getting too close to the friendly sea mammal. Freya was a wild animal, after all, “was” being the operative word given the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries' decision to euthanize Freya in favor of "public safety." Freya's killing has brought on public outcry similar to that of the 2016 euthanization of Harambe, the gorilla killed at Cincinnati Zoo. We speak with Jason Horowitz, Rome bureau chief at the New York Times about the popular walrus and the unpopular decision to end Freya's life.

The Takeaway
Did Freya the Walrus Have to Die?

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 8:45


Freya the Walrus wandered the waters of the North Sea, visiting different parts of Europe throughout 2020 and 2021. In June 2022, Freya received viral attention on social media for her antics after climbing on the back decks of boats. Freya showed up in Norway this summer and became an unexpected tourist attraction. In spite of her appeal, Norwegian officials considered her a threat to people who ignored warnings about getting too close to the friendly sea mammal. Freya was a wild animal, after all, “was” being the operative word given the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries' decision to euthanize Freya in favor of "public safety." Freya's killing has brought on public outcry similar to that of the 2016 euthanization of Harambe, the gorilla killed at Cincinnati Zoo. We speak with Jason Horowitz, Rome bureau chief at the New York Times about the popular walrus and the unpopular decision to end Freya's life.

The Deep-Sea Podcast
PRESSURISED: 001 –The moon analogy

The Deep-Sea Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 23:20


Our short and to the point PRESSURISED version of episode 1. If you don't have time for the full episode and want to get right to the science without any of our waffle, this is the place to be!   Read the show notes and find the full episode here: https://www.armatusoceanic.com/podcast/episode1   In the very first episode of The Deep-Sea Podcast we let you know who we are and why we felt the world really needed a podcast about the deep sea. Alan rants about how the statement ‘we know more about the moon than the deep sea' is not just a bad analogy, it's plain wrong. Thom talks about how the quality of scientific writing is maintained. And our guest, Prof. Monty Priede, Editor-in-Chief of the scientific journal Deep-Sea Research Part I, talks about why there are no sharks in the abyssal zone.   Check out our podcast merch! Which now includes Alan's beloved apron.   Feel free to get in touch with us with questions or your own tales from the high seas on: podcast@armatusoceanic.com We'd love to actually play your voice so feel free to record a short audio note!   We are also on Twitter: @DeepSeaPod, @ArmatusO   Facebook: DeepSeaPodcast, ArmatusOceanic   Instagram: @deepsea_podcast, @armatusoceanic   Read the show notes and find out more about us at: www.armatusoceanic.com   Links Here are Monty's open-access paper on the absence of sharks from the deeper ocean And his book, Deep-Sea Fishes: Biology, Diversity, Ecology and Fisheries.   Credits Theme – Hadal Zone Express by Märvel

RNZ: Dateline Pacific
Pacific urged to modernise tuna fishery management

RNZ: Dateline Pacific

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 11:24


Pacific urged to modernise tuna fishery management starting with skipjack.

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast
Everything You Need to Know for GOAL 2022 with Steve Hedlund

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 40:46


Links:Register for GOAL 2022!Check out our website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us podcast@globalseafood.org!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/

The Interactome
Episode 10: Fisheries Interaction

The Interactome

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 62:57


Marine scientist Jess Veo joins Sarah, Maia and Sam to discuss fishing, conservation, and the seafood industry in New England. We talk about sustainability in the seafood industry, how marine mammals interact with fisheries, and how scientists can work together with people who work on fishing boats to keep animals like whales and seals safe. Join us to learn about lobster fishing, hear some anecdotes about clam bakes and fishing TV shows (and at least one Oscar-winning movie), and much, much more.

Baseless Claims
Ep. 158: The Terrible, Wife-F**king Reign of William Fishery

Baseless Claims

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 56:49


On this episode of Baseless Claims Podcast we discuss how Tyler went in for a haircut, and came out with that 6th grade "back-to-school" dew. Begs the question... how do you tell your hairdresser that they messed up bad? Next, we learn of the potential crime that was admitted to Tory by a man at a bar. What is the moral route when a drunk man seems excited to do crime to a longshoreman, and then tells you? Lastly, we dive into the "Ick" that can make you go from rose-tinted love to NOPE in an instant. Suggest topics for the show on our Discord Server or here in the comments? -Socials- Shapeless Media: Twitter.com/ShapelessMedia Tory: http://bit.ly/ToryTwitter Tyler: http://bit.ly/TylerTwitterSG Tay: http://bit.ly/TayTwitter Discord: https://discord.gg/78uGZZYhkz Instagram: instagram.com/ShapelessGaming Baseless Claims Facebook: facebook.com/BaselessClaims TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMdDtkUhr/ Starting a podcast? Go to www.poddecks.com and use code "SWORDWATCH" at checkout for 10% off your first order!

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast
How Buying Seafood for Retail Works with Bob Cerullo of Wakefern Food Corp.

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 50:21


Links:Visit Wakefern's Official WebsiteCheck out the Robert M. Cerullo FoundationContact Bob CerulloCheck out our website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us podcast@globalseafood.org!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/

Fishing the DMV
David Sikorski of the Maryland Sport Fisheries Advisory Commission (SFAC)

Fishing the DMV

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 151:56


On this episode of fishing the DMV we have the privilege of talk to Chair of the Maryland Sport Fisheries Advisory Commission David Sikorski on the state of the Chesapeake Bay.David Sikorski is a native Marylander and lifelong and avid sportsman  For many years, he worked in a small family residential building and real estate business where he largely focused on rental property management and new home sales.          With an interest in policy, a knack for understanding science, and a love for fishing and the outdoors, David gravitated towards Coastal Conservation Association(CCA) Maryland in 2005 and began volunteering as a part of their Government Relations Committee, helping guide their conservation work. After volunteering for over a decade for CCA Maryland, David was hired as the Executive Director in early 2017, and now leads CCA Maryland's habitat program and advocacy effortsDavid was appointed to the Maryland Sport Fisheries Advisory Commission(SFAC) in 2009 and currently serves as the Chair.  He also represents CCA Maryland on the Oyster Advisory Commission(OAC). In early 2021, David was selected as a legislative proxy for the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission(ASMFC), the interstate body that oversees the management of migratory fish in state waters along the Atlantic Coast.  Prior to being selected for this role, David was a member of the ASMFC Atlantic menhaden and striped bass advisory panels.           David is also a member of the Marine Resources Education Program National Steering Committee and Mid-Atlantic Implementation team. In this role he works to bring stakeholders, managers, and scientists together to learn and discuss the complexities of fisheries management, and the importance of finding pragmatic approaches to the many complicated facing all involved in the process.CCA: Joincca.org CCA Maryland website: ccamd.orgIG: @cca_md FB: @CCAMarylandAtlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission: Asmfc.org Places you can listen to Fishing the DMV audio version:          https://www.buzzsprout.com/1893009             Fishing the DMV YouTube Channel:         https://youtu.be/n3c-CFvmpFg               Jake's bait & Tackle website:           http://www.jakesbaitandtackle.com/           Jake's bait & Tackle Facebook:         https://www.facebook.com/JakesBaitAndTackle/?ref=pages_you_manage                Fishing the DMV Facebook page:         https://www.facebook.com/Arensbassin/?ref=pages_you_manage                Fishing the DMV Instagram page:         https://www.instagram.com/fishingthedmv/?utm_medium=copy_link                    #fishing #FishingtheDMV #CheasapeakebayCareer SweetspotA Greenhouse Coaching podcast for career and leadership growth.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Marine Conservation Happy Hour
MCHH 415: eDNA research & the power of whale poop!

Marine Conservation Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 9:55


Charles Nye joins the MCHH crew again for a discussion about how environmental DNA samples (or eDNA) are being used in marine science. The also talk about how much scientific data you can get from whale poop! If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation  Contact info@absolutelysmashingllc.com for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show. MCHH Twitter MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram

The Fisheries Podcast
187 - Larval Eels, Diverse Voices, and AFS Involvement with Dr. Kat Dale

The Fisheries Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 31:34


This week Kadie chats with Dr. Kat Dale about her research with larval eels, the Diverse Voices in Fisheries Science speaker series put on by the Santa Cruz-Monterey Bay student subunit of the American Fisheries Society (AFS), and her involvement across multiple levels of AFS. Kat is also the head of the student planning committee for the annual AFS meeting in Spokane, Washington, so tune in to hear about the fun events and symposia happening for students and early career professionals coming up next week (August 21-25)!    If you'd like to get in touch with Kat or learn more about her work you can find her at her website: https://www.kaemdale.com/, send her an email at kdale@ucsc.edu, or find her on Instagram @katfishouttawater. You can also find Kat's Fish Matter artwork here and at her Etsy shop.   Find the various links we mentioned in this episode below! Check out the Diverse Voices in Fisheries Science recordings here and the article in Fisheries here. Find out more about Dr. J. Drew Lanham's poetry and other writing here as well as his research here. Learn more about climate action Venn Diagrams from Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson in this How to Save a Planet podcast episode, in her co-edited anthology, All We Can Save, and/or her TED talk: How to Find Joy in Climate Action. If you would like to contribute to the Fisheries Podcast, either send us an email at feedback@thefisheriespodcast.com or submit your stories to our Fish Tales google form and/or our advice clips google form. Get in touch with us! The Fisheries Podcast is on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @FisheriesPod  Become a Patron of the show: https://www.patreon.com/FisheriesPodcast Buy podcast shirts, hoodies, stickers, and more: https://teespring.com/stores/the-fisheries-podcast-fan-shop Thanks as always to Andrew Gialanella for the fantastic intro/outro music. The Fisheries Podcast is a completely independent podcast, not affiliated with a larger organization or entity. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the podcast. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by the hosts are those of that individual and do not necessarily reflect the view of any entity with those individuals are affiliated in other capacities (such as employers).

Finding Sustainability Podcast
Insight Episode #40: Bridie McGreavy on the importance of indigenous perspectives in Maine shellfish fisheries

Finding Sustainability Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 14:34


This insight episode comes from full episode seventy-one with Bridie McGreavy. Bridie is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication and Journalism at the University of Maine, Orono. Bridie talks with Michael and special guest Karen Bieluch, a prior colleague of his at Dartmouth College and current colleague of Bridie at the University of Maine, about the importance of indigenous knowledge and relationships with the land in understanding and protecting shellfish fisheries and local communities in Maine. Bridie's website: https://bmcgreavy.org In Common Website: https://www.incommonpodcast.org  Connect with us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/InCommonPod Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/incommonpodcast 

Bite Me - A Texas Saltwater Fishing Podcast
Bite Me Podcast: Louisiana update and fishery trends.

Bite Me - A Texas Saltwater Fishing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 70:41 Very Popular


Prospects if the Gulf dodges a hurricane. Fishing-isms. Why don't we throw artificial shrimp more? Artificial baits for newbies (and maybe old salts, too). What to look for on the lines and hull of a boat, Strategies throwing topwater and corkys year-round. Fishing deep better than a structure for trout this month? WWSD? WWCD? To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast
Career Pathways with GSA Market Development Manager Jane Bi

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 44:53


Links:Email Jane at jane.bi@globalseafood.org Click Here to register for GOAL 2022!Check out our website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us podcast@globalseafood.org!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
#1,264 - Airline passenger fined nearly $2,000 after dog finds undeclared McMuffins in luggage

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 12:36


The unnamed person traveling from Indonesia to Australia was fined $2,664 Australian dollars ($1,874 in American dollars) after the trio of McDonald's breakfast sandwiches were found in their luggage on arriving at Darwin Airport, Australia's Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry reported.The incident took place on the heels of Australian authorities implementing new biosecurity rules after a Foot and Mouth disease (FMD) outbreak in Indonesia spread to Bali, multiple outlets reported.LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos everyday. https://bit.ly/3KBUDSK

The Fisheries Podcast
186 - Western Alaska Salmon Fisheries with Gabe Canfield

The Fisheries Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 51:02


Gabe Canfield "Kungunna" is Iñupiaq and was born in Fairbanks, AK but grew up in Ketchikan. Her family comes from Wales, Nome, and Ketchikan, and she now lives in Anchorage on Dena'ina Elnena. Gabe graduated from Dartmouth College in 2021 with a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies and Native American Studies, works at the Yukon River Drainage Fisheries Association (YRDFA) as the Project Coordinator, and is excited to be working in the field of Indigenous advocacy and fisheries resource management into the future.  If you want to get in touch with Gabe, you can reach her by email (gabefloren@gmail.com) or find her on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/gabe-canfield-aa4942151).  Find out more about YRDFA at https://yukonsalmon.org/.  Main point: Even the most complex fisheries systems can be sustainable.  -------   Get in touch with us!   The Fisheries Podcast is on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @FisheriesPod    Become a Patron of the show: https://www.patreon.com/FisheriesPodcast   Buy podcast shirts, hoodies, stickers, and more: https://teespring.com/stores/the-fisheries-podcast-fan-shop   Thanks as always to Andrew Gialanella for the fantastic intro/outro music.   The Fisheries Podcast is a completely independent podcast, not affiliated with a larger organization or entity. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the podcast. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by the hosts are those of that individual and do not necessarily reflect the view of any entity with those individuals are affiliated in other capacities (such as employers).  

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast
How You Can Make a Difference in Your Fishery, with Capt. Benny Blanco

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 80:19 Very Popular


This week, my guest is Capt. Benny Blanco of Islamorada, in the Florida Keys [37:38]. Benny talks about his life in the Keys and about how he came to realize that the fishery on which he made his living was threatened--and how he learned to make a difference. The Everglades will never be completely pristine again, but with people like Benny involved, it can regain much of its former glory. And it's not only the Everglades. Restoration of the entire watershed will also help the world-class fisheries in Florida Bay, the health of the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee estuaries, and the drinking water supply of the 9 million people in South Florida. It's a study in best practices that people in any part of the world can learn from to protect their treasured resources. In the Fly Box this week we have some lighter topics: How long does it take for a fish to remove a hook that has been left in it? Is there much of a mortality rate? How do you fish with friends on a small stream? Great tips from a listener for making sure you don't leave any gear behind on a trip What parts of my fly gear can be damaged in a hot car? Have you ever tried a "dry dropper" arrangement with a popper when fishing for striped bass? Why are most imitations of mayflies so small? If I am used to fishing small streams, how can I read the water in a big flat piece of water in a big river? When fishing multiple flies, should I use a weaker knot on the droppers so I don't lose my entire rig? How do I set the hook when stillwater fishing? When fishing three flies at once, I foul hook a lot of trout. How can I prevent that?