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    they support The Herring Alliance works to protect marine wildlife and ecosystems on the Atlantic coast Join our efforts Subscribe to RSS Latest News Court Order Requires Protection for River Herring and Shad Herring Alliance partner Earthjustice successfully litigated and won new protections for river herring and shad In a recent court order a federal judge ordered the Mid Atlantic Fishery Management Council to develop a comprehensive analysis for how to conserve these species which must be completed by October 2016 The New England Fishery Management Council has stated that they plan to revisit the issue of adding river herring and shad into the herring management plan in several years The positive outcome of the lawsuit will hopefully push the New England Council to protect river herring and shad by developing a similar set of robust analyses on these species More details can be found in the the Earthjustice blog post on the court s decision which is reposted below Read more Council Makes a Wrong Move for River Herring The New England Fishery Management Council has again shown that they are unwilling to protect river herring and shad at sea Last week at their meeting in Plymouth Massachusetts the Council voted to increase the amount of river herring and shad that can be caught by the herring fleet even though the current caps have not even been in place for one year and no science was presented suggesting that these populations have recovered This is the wrong move It is a slap in the face to all the people who work tirelessly to improve habitat and water quality in the hope that these fish will return to New England s rivers and streams and to the recreational fishermen who have respected state bans on catch for over a decade

    Original URL path: http://www.herringalliance.org/ (2016-04-25)
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    they support The Herring Alliance works to protect marine wildlife and ecosystems on the Atlantic coast Join our efforts Subscribe to RSS Latest News Court Order Requires Protection for River Herring and Shad Herring Alliance partner Earthjustice successfully litigated and won new protections for river herring and shad In a recent court order a federal judge ordered the Mid Atlantic Fishery Management Council to develop a comprehensive analysis for how to conserve these species which must be completed by October 2016 The New England Fishery Management Council has stated that they plan to revisit the issue of adding river herring and shad into the herring management plan in several years The positive outcome of the lawsuit will hopefully push the New England Council to protect river herring and shad by developing a similar set of robust analyses on these species More details can be found in the the Earthjustice blog post on the court s decision which is reposted below Read more Council Makes a Wrong Move for River Herring The New England Fishery Management Council has again shown that they are unwilling to protect river herring and shad at sea Last week at their meeting in Plymouth Massachusetts the Council voted to increase the amount of river herring and shad that can be caught by the herring fleet even though the current caps have not even been in place for one year and no science was presented suggesting that these populations have recovered This is the wrong move It is a slap in the face to all the people who work tirelessly to improve habitat and water quality in the hope that these fish will return to New England s rivers and streams and to the recreational fishermen who have respected state bans on catch for over a decade

    Original URL path: http://www.herringalliance.org/ (2016-04-25)
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    they support The Herring Alliance works to protect marine wildlife and ecosystems on the Atlantic coast Join our efforts Subscribe to RSS Latest News Court Order Requires Protection for River Herring and Shad Herring Alliance partner Earthjustice successfully litigated and won new protections for river herring and shad In a recent court order a federal judge ordered the Mid Atlantic Fishery Management Council to develop a comprehensive analysis for how to conserve these species which must be completed by October 2016 The New England Fishery Management Council has stated that they plan to revisit the issue of adding river herring and shad into the herring management plan in several years The positive outcome of the lawsuit will hopefully push the New England Council to protect river herring and shad by developing a similar set of robust analyses on these species More details can be found in the the Earthjustice blog post on the court s decision which is reposted below Read more Council Makes a Wrong Move for River Herring The New England Fishery Management Council has again shown that they are unwilling to protect river herring and shad at sea Last week at their meeting in Plymouth Massachusetts the Council voted to increase the amount of river herring and shad that can be caught by the herring fleet even though the current caps have not even been in place for one year and no science was presented suggesting that these populations have recovered This is the wrong move It is a slap in the face to all the people who work tirelessly to improve habitat and water quality in the hope that these fish will return to New England s rivers and streams and to the recreational fishermen who have respected state bans on catch for over a decade

    Original URL path: http://www.herringalliance.org/ (2016-04-25)
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    they support The Herring Alliance works to protect marine wildlife and ecosystems on the Atlantic coast Join our efforts Subscribe to RSS Latest News Court Order Requires Protection for River Herring and Shad Herring Alliance partner Earthjustice successfully litigated and won new protections for river herring and shad In a recent court order a federal judge ordered the Mid Atlantic Fishery Management Council to develop a comprehensive analysis for how to conserve these species which must be completed by October 2016 The New England Fishery Management Council has stated that they plan to revisit the issue of adding river herring and shad into the herring management plan in several years The positive outcome of the lawsuit will hopefully push the New England Council to protect river herring and shad by developing a similar set of robust analyses on these species More details can be found in the the Earthjustice blog post on the court s decision which is reposted below Read more Council Makes a Wrong Move for River Herring The New England Fishery Management Council has again shown that they are unwilling to protect river herring and shad at sea Last week at their meeting in Plymouth Massachusetts the Council voted to increase the amount of river herring and shad that can be caught by the herring fleet even though the current caps have not even been in place for one year and no science was presented suggesting that these populations have recovered This is the wrong move It is a slap in the face to all the people who work tirelessly to improve habitat and water quality in the hope that these fish will return to New England s rivers and streams and to the recreational fishermen who have respected state bans on catch for over a decade

    Original URL path: http://www.herringalliance.org/ (2016-04-25)
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    they support The Herring Alliance works to protect marine wildlife and ecosystems on the Atlantic coast Join our efforts Subscribe to RSS Latest News Court Order Requires Protection for River Herring and Shad Herring Alliance partner Earthjustice successfully litigated and won new protections for river herring and shad In a recent court order a federal judge ordered the Mid Atlantic Fishery Management Council to develop a comprehensive analysis for how to conserve these species which must be completed by October 2016 The New England Fishery Management Council has stated that they plan to revisit the issue of adding river herring and shad into the herring management plan in several years The positive outcome of the lawsuit will hopefully push the New England Council to protect river herring and shad by developing a similar set of robust analyses on these species More details can be found in the the Earthjustice blog post on the court s decision which is reposted below Read more Council Makes a Wrong Move for River Herring The New England Fishery Management Council has again shown that they are unwilling to protect river herring and shad at sea Last week at their meeting in Plymouth Massachusetts the Council voted to increase the amount of river herring and shad that can be caught by the herring fleet even though the current caps have not even been in place for one year and no science was presented suggesting that these populations have recovered This is the wrong move It is a slap in the face to all the people who work tirelessly to improve habitat and water quality in the hope that these fish will return to New England s rivers and streams and to the recreational fishermen who have respected state bans on catch for over a decade

    Original URL path: http://www.herringalliance.org/ (2016-04-25)
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    they support The Herring Alliance works to protect marine wildlife and ecosystems on the Atlantic coast Join our efforts Subscribe to RSS Latest News Court Order Requires Protection for River Herring and Shad Herring Alliance partner Earthjustice successfully litigated and won new protections for river herring and shad In a recent court order a federal judge ordered the Mid Atlantic Fishery Management Council to develop a comprehensive analysis for how to conserve these species which must be completed by October 2016 The New England Fishery Management Council has stated that they plan to revisit the issue of adding river herring and shad into the herring management plan in several years The positive outcome of the lawsuit will hopefully push the New England Council to protect river herring and shad by developing a similar set of robust analyses on these species More details can be found in the the Earthjustice blog post on the court s decision which is reposted below Read more Council Makes a Wrong Move for River Herring The New England Fishery Management Council has again shown that they are unwilling to protect river herring and shad at sea Last week at their meeting in Plymouth Massachusetts the Council voted to increase the amount of river herring and shad that can be caught by the herring fleet even though the current caps have not even been in place for one year and no science was presented suggesting that these populations have recovered This is the wrong move It is a slap in the face to all the people who work tirelessly to improve habitat and water quality in the hope that these fish will return to New England s rivers and streams and to the recreational fishermen who have respected state bans on catch for over a decade

    Original URL path: http://www.herringalliance.org/ (2016-04-25)
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