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  1. Out of the Blue

    try these products at a special dinner hosted by one of our Culinary Partners. Out of the Blue species ... September Pollock  - October Many bountiful and well-managed fish species from the Gulf of Maine are not ... harvested, primarily due to lack of market demand. Fishermen get paid so little for these products, they ...

    ptuohimaa - 10/07/2014 - 10:08am

  2. Whiting Out of the Blue Species Card

    Whiting, also known as silver hake, is an abundant fish that ranges from North Carolina to ... Labrador in the western Atlantic. In the Gulf of Maine region, whiting is primarily harvested using trawl ...

    emiller - 10/07/2014 - 10:05am

  3. Program Promotes Lesser-Known Fish, Aims to Help Fishermen

    restaurants taking part in a summer-long program called Out of the Blue. The restaurants are serving lesser ... sustainable make it tough to survive, but they lesser-known fish will catch on. Dogfish, red fish and pollock ... aren't as well known as lobster and haddock, but the Gulf of Maine Research Institute is hoping these ...

    emiller - 08/20/2014 - 4:55pm

  4. Mackerel Out of the Blue Species Card

    Click here to download the PDF file. Seafood Information ...

    emiller - 10/07/2014 - 10:02am

  5. Green Plate Special: Try One Fish, Two Fish, Redfish and New Fish

    Jun 15, 2014 Portland Press Herald: The three-year-old Out of the Blue program from the Gulf of ... species – redfish, mackerel, whiting and Atlantic pollock. The Institute has partnered with 14 ... restaurants, stretching from Salem, Massachusetts, to Bath, to feature these fish in rotation for one month ...

    emiller - 08/20/2014 - 1:32pm

  6. Restaurants Feature Gulf of Maine Seafood

    Research Institute is kicking off  Out of the Blue, a collaborative effort with fishermen and chefs to ... they serve 70% of the seafood consumed in the U.S. Out of the Blue will help to improve the market for ... people to sustainable menu options fresh from the Gulf of Maine. Out of the Blue celebrates seafood that ...

    emiller - 08/25/2014 - 12:17pm

  7. Seafood News: Should Consumers Eat Gulf of Maine Cod or Northern Shrimp?

    awareness of Gulf of Maine seafood that is responsibly harvested and managed through the Gulf of Maine ... seven species from the Gulf of Maine, two of which are now considered overfished-  Gulf of Maine cod ... occurring." One of the criteria for verification stipulates that if a stock is below its management target ...

    emiller - 08/25/2014 - 12:15pm

  8. Evolution of a Business Model for New England Groundfish Sectors

    allocations awarded to cooperative fishing groups, known as sectors. The new sector management system induced ... a complete change in business practices for the industry, leaving them little time to prepare and without the ... faced a quick transition from a days-at-sea (DAS) effort control system to output controls with fishing ...

    ptuohimaa - 08/20/2014 - 4:06pm

  9. Redfish Out of the Blue Species Card

    Redfish live up to 60 years and inhabit the deeper waters of the Gulf of Maine. Like many ... harvest levels that ensure the long-term sustainability of the resource. Click here to download the PDF ...

    emiller - 10/07/2014 - 10:00am

  10. Pollock Out of Blue Species Card

    Atlantic pollock, a member of the cod family, is a groundfish species harvested throughout the ... Gulf of Maine region. Atlantic pollock is often confused with Pacific pollock, which is a separate ...

    emiller - 10/07/2014 - 10:08am

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