“Commercial fishermen should be considered partners and be meaningfully engaged throughout the process with a reasonable expectation of informing the result.” - Eric Brazer, Deputy Director
January 11, 2022
"We've tried real hard on social media platforms to make it clear that how far we catch our fish offshore has no effect in the red tide issues. Even a short trip for our guys during the summer can be 80 nautical miles off the beach. That is almost from here to Orlando." - Jason DeLaCruz, owner of Wild Seafood Co. and Shareholders' Alliance Vice President.
July 26, 2021
"Fishermen's businesses are going to be impacted by this. That's why it's especially critical for us to be at the table, be at the podium, have access to the managers and start to answer these questions that are unanswered at this point." - Shareholders' Alliance Deputy Director, Eric Brazer
March 18, 2021
Groups representing a variety of fishing sectors and environmental causes have issued responses to U.S. President Joe Biden’s climate plan, which includes a plan to commit 30 percent of U.S. lands and waters to conservation by 2030.
February 1, 2021
Commercial fishermen are on the front lines of climate change. We build and operate successful seafood businesses that must respond and adapt to the dynamic Gulf of Mexico marine ecosystem.
January 28, 2021
We are championing fisheries technology, including electronic video monitoring and catch reporting, that supports ocean protections through selective, responsible, and low impact commercial fishing, without the need to close off ocean areas.
October 21, 2020
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