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MEDIA ADVISORY Contact: Sheraine Brewster-Spivey (340) 513-4624 Email: RaineSpivey@gmail.com SENATOR MARVIN A. BLYDEN GAINS SUPPORT OF U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS CONGRESSWOMAN STACEY PLASKETT AND U.S. CONGRESSMAN JAMES E. CLYBURN TO FOCUS ON EMERGENCY HOUSING & SAFE WASTE SUMMIT (SWS) Monday July 16, 2018, Washington, D.C-St Thomas, Virgin Islands, US House of Representatives Faith Working Group and Assistant Democratic Leader Honorable Congressman … Continue reading →
June, 11 2018 Atlantic Swordfish Landings Update: Commercial and Recreational Through May 31st The table below provides preliminary landings estimates and remaining quotas as of May 31, 2018, for the Atlantic swordfish fisheries for the 2018 fishing year. We estimate landings using commercial dealer reports and reports by anglers in the HMS Non-Tournament Recreational Swordfish and Billfish Landings Database and … Continue reading →
NOAA Fisheries will hold a public meeting on Friday June 29, 2018, from 9:00am to 1:00pm PDT to seek input on the definition of fish aggregating devices (FADs) that could be applied for conservation measures by international fishery management organizations in which the United States participates. The meeting will be held in the Pacific Conference Room (Room 300) at NMFS Southwest … Continue reading →
Through the generosity of several local families, Hurricanes Irma & Maria Disaster Hardship Scholarships are available for the Environmental Rangers Environmental Heritage S.E.E.R. Program 2018 summer session. These scholarships (valued at $250 per youth) will replace the $20 per weekend dues that Rangers provide to help defray the costs of providing youth Science, Education, Exploration and Research activities at … Continue reading →
April 21, 2018 ~ St. Thomas, Virgin Islands The Environmental Rangers, an Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Quality Award-winning youth group, has expanded its scope to add STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) approaches to youth engagement with the wild. The Eco-youth group’s STEM initiative is called SEER (Science, Education, Exploration & Research) to give focus to the program’s environmental heritage … Continue reading →
NOAA Fisheries sent this bulletin at 08/30/2017 12:02 PM EDT AUGUST 30, 2017 NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA Fisheries) is offering an online option to register Atlantic Highly Migratory Species (HMS) tournaments and report HMS tournament catch on the new Atlantic Tournament Registry and Reporting (ATR) System. To View the Official Notice on the NOAA Web page, Click … Continue reading →