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Aquaculture

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  • Fishing opens statewide in Pennsylvania this weekend

    You couldn't ask for a better weekend to get out fishing than what is predicted for this Saturday and Sunday. While we've been fishing in the Lehigh Valley and Southeastern Pennsylvania since March 29, and in New Jersey since last Saturday, the rest...
  • York Planners set date for public forum on proposed changes to agriculture zoning

    The York County Planning Commission has set May 14, its next monthly meeting, for a public forum on the proposed changes to agriculture zoning that could prevent farming on thousands of properties in the county. The planners were instructed by the Board...
  • Pro bass tour is at home in Branson

    BRANSON, Mo. This country music town hung out the Gone Fishin' sign this weekend. Oh, the bright lights and rows of shows, restaurants and tourist attractions on 76 Country Boulevard still attracted crowds. But so did a new show in town, a Bassmaster...
  • Film Review: 'Alien Abduction'

    A sci-fi thriller as generic as its title, "Alien Abduction" generates only low-voltage shocks, taking a found-footage approach to its familiar scenario about hapless earthlings hunted by inquisitive extraterrestrials. Released simultaneously as...
  • Cook's Corner: Chimichurri gives salmon a peppery bite

    You wouldn't normally associate chimichurri with salmon, but the peppery bite of this arugula-kissed version pairs wonderfully with the fish and of course is a great accent to grilled flavors. The recipe is from Verlasso salmon, the only ocean farmed...
  • Horseshoe crabs are now in danger

    MIAMI In matters of love, nothing says romance like a moonlit beach. Especially if you're a lusty horseshoe crab and the tide is high. Every spring, from Florida to New Jersey, crabs that look more like fossils than a postcard for passion make their...
  • A shark's tale takes researchers from Ocean City to the Atlantic Ocean

    A shark's tale takes researchers from Ocean City to the Atlantic Ocean
    When a shark tagged off the Eastern Shore as part of a marine-life tracking project took off on an unprecedented monthlong journey, researchers quite literally watched its every move. Thanks to cutting-edge satellite tags, scientists at the Guy Harvey...
  • Winter weather kills more fish this year, experts say

    Winter weather kills more fish this year, experts say
    A couple weeks ago, dead fish started floating up through ice-fishing holes in some of Cook County's smaller lakes and ponds. As ice has melted in recent days , more fish — in some cases, thousands of them — have been appearing. The...
  • York sues oyster farmers

    York sues oyster farmers
    York County is asking a judge to shut down two oyster farms. Seaford resident Anthony Bavuso was served with an injunction Thursday that said he and his wife, Elyse Pyle, were illegally operating their commercial oyster business without a permit,...
  • An FDA success story on antibiotics

    Skeptics scoffed late last year when the Food and Drug Administration issued guidelines to restrict the use of antibiotics in livestock. Most of the antibiotic use in this country is in the agriculture industry, with the drugs routinely added to animal...
  • Slapfish swims into Laguna

    Slapfish swims into Laguna
    What started in 2011 as a food truck business is about to open its second stand-alone restaurant in two years. Slapfish, which is run by Andrew Gruel and Jethro Naude, is branching out from its Huntington Beach restaurant and opening at 211 Broadway...