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Aquaculture

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  • Lobster shell disease is spreading -- but you can still eat the lobster

    Lobster shell disease is spreading -- but you can still eat the lobster
    Lobster shell disease -- a nasty business that can cause the shell to discolor or rot off completely -- has affected the southern New England lobster industry and reportedly is on the move. The disease turns the color of the lobster shells from their...
  • Five sustainable - and delicious - fish you should eat

    Five sustainable - and delicious - fish you should eat
    Sustainable seafood is one of the big buzzwords in food these days. And it is important: So many of our most popular fish are close to being overfished. The trick is expanding our palates, finding fish that we aren’t already loving to death. But...
  • Culinary SOS: Comforted by shrimp and grits

    Culinary SOS: Comforted by shrimp and grits
    Dear SOS: Recently, my husband and I visited Simpsonville, S.C. While there, we went to a restaurant called Stella's Southern Bistro. I decided to try the Shrimp and Grits, which I had seen on the menu at many Southern restaurants. It was so delicious...
  • Maine's Mount Desert Island: Fresh Dining In A Natural Paradise

    MOUNT DESERT ISLAND, MAINE — After a last day of hiking at Maine's Acadia National Park, creeping up the steep face of Precipice, the hand-over-hand ascent on the east side of Mount Desert Island, we decide to reward ourselves with dinner out. We...
  • Court denies bid to reopen menhaden fishery

    Court denies bid to reopen menhaden fishery
    A Dorchester County judge has denied a watermen's group's bid to reopen Maryland's menhaden fishery, but ordered a trial scheduled next spring on how the Department of Natural Resources has imposed catch limits on the prized bait fish. Circuit Court...
  • New rockfish catch limits eyed

    New rockfish catch limits eyed
    Worried by recent declines in the numbers of Maryland's state fish, Atlantic states fisheries regulators are weighing slashing the annual striped bass catch by up to one-third next year all along the East Coast and in the Chesapeake Bay. The proposal, to...
  • Wasserman Schultz ready to bet on Miami Heat

    Wasserman Schultz ready to bet on Miami Heat
    U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Weston, is challenging U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, to a wager over the outcome of the NBA Finals pitting the Miami Heat and his city’s San Antonio Spurs. She’s anteing up Joe’s Stone Crabs,...
  • New move to save historic shad

    New move to save historic shad
    There's new help on the way for what used to be the Chesapeake Bay's most important fish, though how much good it will do remains to be seen. The Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council has enacted a first-ever cap on how many American shad and...
  • Senate approves landmark immigration bill

    Senate approves landmark immigration bill
    The Senate approved a sweeping overhaul of the nation's immigration laws on Thursday that would spend billions more on border security while granting millions of undocumented immigrants a shot at U.S. citizenship. But as supporters celebrated the rare...
  • Migrating birds fly nonstop for more than six months

    Migrating birds fly nonstop for more than six months
    Talk about a red-eye flight! After attaching electronic monitors to half a dozen Alpine swifts, researchers say they were shocked to discover that migrating birds flew nonstop for 200 days. That's right, the birds remained airborne for more than six...
  • Record hatchery production aids bay's oysters

    Record hatchery production aids bay's oysters
    Government agencies and nonprofit groups have produced and planted a record 1.25 billion baby native oysters in Maryland waters this year, Gov. Martin O'Malley announced Friday, declaring it a milestone in the long-running effort to restore the Chesapeake...