Under new regulations, red grouper will be more vulnerable to overfishing by changing sector allocations. We need your help to protect this recovering stock and the American fishermen, businesses, and seafood lovers that rely on it.
Fighting red grouper reallocation is going to be an expensive and difficult endeavor, and we need as much support as we can get. Please consider making a donation so that fishing families stay in business and seafood consumers have access to fresh, sustainable red grouper.
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On May 2, 2022, the Shareholders' Alliance, A.P. Bell, and Southern Offshore Fishing Association issued a joint release on NOAA's publication of the Final Rule for Amendment 53.
On May 3, the Shareholders' Alliance issued a statement on the Proposed Rule that would change red grouper catch limits.
Gulf Coast commercial fishermen file lawsuit over new red grouper quotas.
Fight erupts over NOAA plan to change red grouper quotas.
Commercial Fishermen, Other Members of Seafood Industry Challenging NOAA’s Red Grouper Reallocation.
Gulf Coast Seafood Alliance Supports Lawsuit Challenging Unlawful Red Grouper Quotas.
Commercial Fishers Challenge the Allocation of Red Grouper to Recreational Fishers Under Fishery Management Plan for Gulf of Mexico.
NOAA ruling on red grouper catch in the Gulf announced.
Florida red grouper quota reallocation angers commercial-fishing sector.
Gulf of Mexico Reef Fish Shareholders' Alliance: Statement on Red Grouper Quota Instability
NOAA puts limit on red grouper harvest for commercial fishermen, prices may soon soar.
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