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  • California's water wars: It isn't fish vs. farmers [Blowback]

     
    Even in wet years, California needs to be smarter about managing our limited water supplies so we can sustain our economy and our natural resources....
  • Lake Michigan fishing at an end?

     
    Commercial fishing on Lake Michigan may be breathing its last, gasping wheeze, thanks to the quagga mussel...
  • Oregon joins fight against shark finning

     
    “With the global trade in shark fins pushing sharks toward extinction, it will take strong actions such as this to prevent us from making irreversible changes to our ocean ecosystems,” said Whit Sheard, Senior Advisor for Oceana, a maritime...
  • California Assembly votes to protect little fish to sustain wildlife

     
    “Even though they're not the majestic megafauna like whales that draw so much attention from people, those smaller fish are a main food source for larger marine mammals and recreationally and commercially important fish species,” said Ashley...
  • South Bay dining: Readers write in about their favorite restaurants

     
    I wrote a story for last week's Food section that talked about some exciting new developments in the South Bay's dining scene. I was careful to mention in the story that there were many restaurants in the area that residents......
  • Access is an issue that affects 1 in 5 anglers

     
    Considered a challenge faced largely by hunters, access to areas to enjoy their sport is an obstacle anglers deal with as well, according to results of a recent survey. When anglers were asked by AnglerSurvey.com if, in the past year,......
  • Japan suspends its whaling expedition after harassment by Sea Shepherd anti-whaling group

     
    TOKYO — Japan has temporarily suspended its annual Antarctic whaling after repeated harassment by a conservationist group, a government official said Wednesday. Sea Shepherd Conservation Society ships have been chasing the Japanese whaling fleet for...
  • Fish and Game Q&A: How much do California halibut move around?

     
    In support of the California Department of Fish and Game and its effort to keep hunters and anglers informed, Outposts, on Thursday or Friday, posts marine biologist Carrie Wilson's weekly Q&A column: Question: I have a question about the halibut......
  • NOAA conducting national survey on economic contributions of saltwater angling

     
    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is surveying saltwater anglers across the nation to update and improve estimates of the overall economic contributions of saltwater recreational fishing to the U.S. economy. This is NOAA’s second...
  • Tsunami damage along California coast is estimated at $50 million

     
    The earthquake-triggered tsunami that thrashed California’s coast on Friday caused an estimated $50 million in damages, experts said Saturday. Lori Dengler, a geology professor and director of the Humboldt Earthquake Education Center at Humboldt...
  • Tsunami: In Crescent City, worries about ‘angry’ ocean

     
    Several Crescent City residents said they spent Friday watching and waiting -- hoping the water wouldn't rise higher. They said they were prepared for tsunamis and understood the dangers that such giant waves could pose. Ruth Campbell, 76, recalled...