News & Public Affairs01/31/08 Seán Kinane
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Today in St. Petersburg, the Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Management Council voted to move forward with efforts to help stabilize the population size of gag grouper and other fish species. The Council passed an amendment that the public can comment on before it is enacted.
Roy Crabtree is the regional administrator with the Southeast Regional office of the National Marine Fisheries Service and a member of the Gulf Council.
“There are a number of alternatives that are designed to reduce fish...1 comments