NPS readies a post-mortem plan for Carter's private home
At 95, former President Carter is showing no signs of slowing down. He still builds houses for Habitat for Humanity and teaches Sunday school at the Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Ga., at least twice a month.
Freshman lawmaker takes aim at climate change's effects on fish
The Government Accountability Office would recommend new ways for fishery managers to deal with the effects of climate change under a bipartisan bill introduced in the House this week by freshman Rep. Joe Cunningham (D-S.C.).
Offshore aquaculture fight pits jobs against environment
When Pacifico Aquaculture decided to open a new striped bass farm, the San Diego-based company headed 60 miles south, taking its business and 200 jobs to Ensenada, Mexico.
Aquaculture supporters ready for another push
A plan to allow commercial fish farming in federal waters will get another major push on Capitol Hill this week.
Trump faults NPS 'persecution' of Calif. oysterman
President Trump has come to the aid of a California oyster farmer who was forced out of business by the National Park Service in 2014.