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Overfishing 101

Lee CrockettContact:
Dave Bard, 202.778.4551

Author:
Lee Crockett, Federal Fisheries Policy Director

Fishermen, conservationists and scientists have actively debated how best to manage our ocean fish populations for decades. But with so much at stake, it's critical that as many Americans as possible be actively engaged in this discussion. 

Lee Crockett's “Overfishing 101” blog series aims to do just that by providing a new outlet, in which we hope to open up the discussion to the larger public, cut through the rhetoric and encourage more people to participate in marine fish conservation. 

Also read "The Bottom Line," where Lee Crocket continues to explore fisheries management issues, while taking on other related subjects to provide a more in-depth look at the issues facing our ocean fish.

Read the full "Overfishing 101" series below.

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