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The program has spread to fisheries in Vancouver, British Columbia; San Francisco; Washington, D.C.; Nicaragua; Costa Rica; and Los Angeles, where there is a waiting list to subscribe.
The intent is to maintain those diverse fisheries well into the future.
To encourage the spores to grow into their single-celled stage, farmers import shells from oyster fisheries, string them on fishing line, and hang them in huge vats of water that reproduce the ideal environment for the pink sludge to grow.
Oregon, however, balked at including the lower Willamette River in the retention fishery because biologists said there would be too much pressure for too few available keepers.
Kinder’s plan to haul more crude to the Pacific shore threatens coastal fisheries and tourism, Carole James, the province’s finance minister, said in an interview Tuesday at Bloomberg headquarters in New York.
The local fisheries and oyster beds are still thriving.
Earthjustice attorney Paul Achitoff says the ruling is the biggest victory in the long-running fight to regulate the fishery.
Three years later, Graham hired Fritsch, who’d just wrapped up a fisheries biology major at the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point.
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