The problem of invasive Northern Pike in the Columbia River Basin is one of those problems that is someone else’s until it becomes yours.
The Environmental Defense Fund is launching a new platform today to improve data collection and management of fishing in the ocean using smart cameras coupled with artificial intelligence to get an accurate assessment of the number of vessels fishing in a particular region.
With Feb. 22-28 declared Invasive Species Awareness Week by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that a new watercraft inspection Station will open near Cle Elum in mid-March.
Pacific sardines are a small but sometimes numerous fish closely intertwined with California’s fishing history. A new study linking climate change and the northern sardine stock fishery shows that they may shift north along the West Coast as the ocean warms.
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife fishery managers have scheduled a variety of opportunities for the public to participate in setting state-managed salmon fishing seasons for 2021, beginning with an annual salmon forecast meeting on Feb. 26.
The British Columbia province on Feb. 24 will be hosting a Virtual Town Hall on the Columbia River Treaty.
Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte appointed Doug Grob to the Northwest Power and Conservation Council, while changes are also coming to Oregon representation.
The Department of the Interior announced this week that it will host initial consultations with Tribal leaders next month.
Researchers can now determine the age and sex of living beluga whales in Alaska’s Cook Inlet thanks to a new DNA-based technique that uses information from small samples of skin tissue.