What Are the Benefits of Fishing?

What Are the Benefits of Fishing? Fishing is not only a great hobby but also a superb way to unwind and spend time in nature. Even students that love fishing search for the best fishing colleges so that they can keep on with this great hobby while they learn. If you are interested in learning […]

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Rallying Cry Issued for National Seafood Month

Image via Seafood Nutrition Partnership. The Seafood Nutrition Partnership (SNP), National Seafood Council Task Force and Seafood4Health Action Coalition have launched a pilot program, Celebrate Seafood, in advance of the upcoming October National Seafood Month. The collaborative effort calls for reinforcing the increasing interest of consumers in eating seafood and its health benefits, based on […]

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UBC Urges Strong Action to Mitigate Climate Change

Image: The University of British Columbia. A new study released by the University of British Columbia is projecting the impact of different global temperature increases and ranges of fishing activity will have on biomass, or the amount of fish by weight in a given area, from 1950 to 2100. The simulations suggest that climate change […]

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Quit your job and live on a yacht? 8 ways to make it happen

Erin Carey talks to a variety of liveaboard yacht cruisers about how they make a living on a yacht and what their days look like When my family and I set off on what we thought would be a two-year sailing sabbatical in 2018, we didn’t have any plans of working along the way. We […]

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USDA Approves $52M Purchase of Pacific Northwest Seafood Products

Image via U.S. Department of Agriculture. U.S. Department of Agriculture officials have approved a $52 million purchase of Pacific Northwest seafood products, a deal that Oregon Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden say will provide a boost to the state’s seafood industry after being hard hit by COVID-19 and climate chaos. The deal includes the […]

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Flying High: What Pip Hare Did Next

After her incredible Vendée Globe, life has changed for solo sailor Pip Hare. She reveals what it’s like to live your dreams We hit a wave, the bow bouncing into the air. The roar reverberating from inside the covered cockpit intensifies and I look out of the bubble window to a wall of seemingly solid […]

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40th Copa del Rey MAPFRE

Marcus Brennecke’s ClubSwan 50 Hatari clinched the ClubSwan 50 class title on the final race at the 40th Copa del Rey MAPFRE but the German flagged crew endured some unnecessarily nervous moments after the nearest rivals Stefan Heidenreich’s OneGroup seemingly came back from the dead after being over the start line early. From being a […]

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SNP Honors Three for Supporting Seafood for Better Health

Image via Seafood Nutrition Partnership. Trident Seafoods’ Joe Bundrant, omega-3 researcher Joseph Hibbeln and executive chef Kelly Armetta are being honored by the Seafood Nutrition Partnership (SNP) for their support of the Nutrition Partnership’s mission to raise public awareness about the essential nutritional benefits of eating seafood. SNP said in a Tuesday, Aug. 2 announcement […]

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The Best Kayak Camping Tips For A Fun And Safe Adventure

Kayak camping offers a distinctive outdoor adventure. You get to spend days paddling and nights sleeping under the stars. Kayak camping is less stressful because you can move around more easily while backpacking without carrying any extra weight. Your craft provides you with additional storage space and can transport you to campsites that are inaccessible […]

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SNP Urges Stronger Focus on Seafood Nutrition

Image via Seafood Nutrition Partnership. The value of seafood nutrition needs to be included in the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health as part of the strategy to end hunger, increase healthy eating and reduce diet-related diseases, members of the Seafood Nutrition Partnership say. That advice came in SNP’s response to a White […]

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