The Fisheries Broadcast Tuesday July 28, 201507/29/15
Food for thought. We find out what a sustainable fishery and the Rocket Bakery have to do with one another.
The Fisheries Broadcast Monday July 27, 2015
DFO says it's had enough with controlling agreements and they're cracking down. We'll hear about their new measures of enforcement put into place and what the FFAW thinks of it.
The Fisheries Broadcast Friday July 24, 2015
Lots of changes in the marine environment from warming oceans to historic levels of sea ice. We'll check in to see what's been happening with harp seal numbers as a result of all that.
The Fisheries Broadcast Thursday July 23, 2015
Sushi is exploding in popularity everywhere, including right here in this province. But is it all it's cracked up to be?
The Fisheries Broadcast Wednesday July 22, 2015
Tonight we'll find out what scientists are now learning about the long term effects of oil on fish and why it's a growing concern.
Charles Moore's experience with the merchant marines
The Fisheries Broadcast Tuesday July 21, 2015
The surf clam business is expanding, and Clearwater's monopoly on that fishery is coming to an end. We'll find out what that could mean for this province.
The Fisheries Broadcast Monday July 20, 2015
Wayne Ledwell went out of province to do a whale rescue this weekend and he got a lot more than he bargained for.
The Fisheries Broadcast Friday July 17, 2015
Fish Scientists got together in Nova Scotia recently to talk about fish stocks. Some of the things they're finding might surprise you. Neil Campbell is standing by to explain.
The Fisheries Broadcast Friday July 10, 2015
A crew of fisherman from outer cove came into St. John's and made history in 1901. We'll speak to the author of a new book about the story behind their famous feat.
The Fisheries Broadcast Thursday July 9, 2015
The FFAW election process comes under some fire from union members. Brad Watkins is standing by to tell us why.
The Fisheries Broadcast Wednesday July 8, 2015
It's been a tough few years for harvesters on the south and west coast. One well-known fishermen figures it's time more attention was paid to those struggling areas.
The Fisheries Broadcast Tuesday July 7, 2015
Sea Cucumbers have some value as a seafood item. But wait until you hear how much the waste portions of the animal could be worth.
The Fisheries Broadcast Monday July 6, 2015
Should it matter if a boat is a few feet too long? Fishermen say it's common sense and vessel size restrictions are huge safety concerns. Bruce Ropson is standing by to explain how the problem could be fixed.
The Fisheries Broadcast Friday July 3, 2015
Jamie speaks with Grand Bank author Robert Parson, about his new book, Murder on the Rock.
The Fisheries Broadcast Tuesday June 30, 2015
It's been a murphy's law kind of year in 3Ps: What can go wrong, has gone wrong. We'll speak to one outspoken harvester about what's happened, and what needs to happen.
The Fisheries Broadcast Monday June 29, 2015
It is a mysterious tragedy at sea that has captivated this province for a century. Today we'll mark the 100th anniversary of the loss of the schooner, The Marion.
The Fisheries Broadcast Friday June 26, 2015
We've been hearing for some time now about oil slicks on the west coast of the province. We get an update from Bob Diamond, who is a member of the Port au Port Fisheries Committee.
The Fisheries Broadcast Thursday June 25, 2015
We'll talk to David Decker, who is running once again for the FFAW's Secretary Treasurer position.
The Fisheries Broadcast Tuesday June 23, 2015
Separating fact from fiction when it comes to surviving in cold water. Advice that could save your life from the man they call Professor Popsicle.
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