Seafood NZ’s Promise 2020 roadshow kicked off in Nelson, Australasia’s largest fishing port, last Friday.
While the rock lobster sector is doing it hard, there is good news on the Bluff oyster front.
Perceptions of the New Zealand environment are improving, according to a long running survey by Lincoln University researchers.
Co-operation rather than condemnation is the byword for a recreational fishing group gaining traction in the South Island.
A request by the New Zealand Rock Lobster Industry Council for approval to carry over uncaught quota into the next fishing year is being considered by Government.
The seafood sector is supporting a National Plan of Action to protect seabirds.
Global reported fisheries catches are in good shape – the world is not going to run out of fish.
Seafood annual export earnings are expected to crack the $2 billion mark this year.
Giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) is the fastest growing and most prolific of all plant species found on Earth.