Safety Alert – Kidde Fire Extinguisher Recall

United States Coast Guard Headquarters – Inspections and Compliance Directorate Washington, DC – November 13, 2017
Safety Alert 12-17

Don’t be inflamed about what you have to do!
Kidde has made this extinguisher recall and replacement easy for you.

This safety alert provides information related to Kidde brand fire extinguishers.  Nearly 40 Million extinguishers involving 134 different models have been recalled.  These fire extinguishers were manufactured between January 1, 1973 and August 15, 2017….
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FishNews – November 8, 2017

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 Army National Guardsman Finds Inspiration in Veterans Fisheries Corps
As we observe Veterans’ Day this Friday, we want to thank the men and women in our military for their dedication and service.

Join Chris Oliver at the Pacific Marine Expo

Fisheries Celebrates Technology Week 2017

Underwater Camera Technology Improves Pacific Islands Population Assessments

Fisheries Data Collection Through the Years

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WA fish landings up 52% last year

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ILWACO — Signaling a return to more normal ocean conditions after the nutrition-poor “Blob” disrupted the northeast Pacific between 2013 and 2015, Washington’s overall commercial fisheries strongly rebounded in 2016, according to the definitive annual federal report on U.S. fisheries released last week.
However, salmon and some other species have yet to recover from the freakishly warm seawater that eventually descended to a depth of more than 1,000 feet….
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NFI’s new top 10 list of America’s favorite seafood species points to upward consumption trend

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Seafood consumption is still trending positively in the United States, according to the National Fisheries Institute (NFI), which released its updated top 10 most consumed seafood species list on Thursday, 2 November. Americans consumed 14.9 pounds of seafood per capita in 2016, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) latest U.S. fisheries report revealed….
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Annual NOAA fisheries report shows value up, consumption slightly down from 2015

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Seafood consumption dipped slightly in 2016, as the average American ate 14.9 pounds. The decrease of .6 pounds from 2015’s figures was noted in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) annual Fisheries of the United States report, which was released Wednesday, 1 November. The report, which provides a snapshot of how commercial and recreational fishing impact the U.S. economy, also noted that commercial fishermen brought in 9.6 billion pounds of product last year….
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FishNews – November 1, 2017

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 NOAA Fisheries Releases Fisheries of the United States 2016

The Fisheries of the United States, 2016 report is now available.  A yearbook of fisheries statistics for the nation, the report continues to underscore the sustainability and economic strength of our nation’s fisheries and ports and the integral role they play in the vibrancy and resiliency of our coastal communities.

NOAA Awards $9.3 Million to Support Aquaculture Research 

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