To create an animated plea to maintain natural, non-armored shorelines as crucial habitat for juvenile salmon, NOAA teamed up with students at the Pacific Northwest College of Art Read More . . .
These images – a close up of a bull kelp, a synchronous leap of Pacific White-Sided dolphins, a foggy scene of field work, among many others – remind us of why our work is important and inspire us to do more. Read More . . .
The 2012 Status of Stocks report shows we have rebuilt six more fish stocks for a total of 32 stocks since 2000. On top of that, overfishing in U.S. fisheries is at an all-time low. Read More . . .
NOAA scientists and West Coast fishermen collaborated to reduce uncertainty in the Pacific hake fishery, improving near-term outlook for fishermen while protecting long-term availability of the fish. Read More . . .
In eastern Oregon, NOAA and partners work to recover threatened Middle Columbia Steelhead protected under the Endangered Species Act. Read More . . .
- The Pacific Fishery Management Council has requested proposals, due July 31, 2013, to modify Pacific coast groundfish essential fish habitat
- Learn about managing California Sea Lions at Bonneville Dam this year
- We announced that the existing initial allocations for Pacific whiting will remain in place