- Regional service of a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration office charged with protecting ocean resources and habitats
- Works to create sustainable fisheries, protect marine life, provide scientific services, and influence well-informed management decisions
- Open funding opportunities, bulletins, and a variety of resources for those involved in fishing or conservation matters
One of six regional offices under a national initiatives to protect ocean resources and habitats, the New England/Mid-Atlantic regional office of NOAA Fisheries works to create sustainable fishing grounds and protect endangered or threatened marine species. The organization provides a variety of information on matters affecting the region’s marine waters, rivers, bays, and estuaries, such as assessments of fishing stocks and ongoing updates on quotas, fishing dates, and other rules.
Who’s it for?
Any business involved in fishing, marine conservation, or other matters related to New England waters.