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GSI Expands Board of Directors

GSI Expands Board of Directors

by / Newsroom Ink on November 23, 2014

One of the strongest voices for the Gulf of Mexico and the seafood it produces has taken the first step in an ongoing process to enlarge its board of directors. The Gulf Seafood Institute has installed William (Bill) T. Hogarth, Ph.D., Jennifer Jenkins and Raz Halili as new board members.

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New Orleans Bucktown Docks Return to Their Past With Direct-to-Public Sales

New Orleans Bucktown Docks Return to Their Past With Direct-to-Public Sales

by / Newsroom Ink on November 9, 2014

Like the newly refurbished docks, Bucktown fisherman Kurt Delacreux hopes a new direct-to-public sales program sponsored by Louisiana Sea Grant will offer a glimmer of hope for an historic career rapidly sinking beneath the surface of Lake Pontchartrains clear water.

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New GSI Online Store for Logo Labeled Apparel

New GSI Online Store for Logo Labeled Apparel

by / Newsroom Ink on November 6, 2014

The Gulf Seafood Institute has opened the GSI Online Store to meet a demand by members and others interested in purchasing GSI Logo labeled apparel.

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Two New Orleans’ Chefs Bring Seafood Month to a Close

Two New Orleans’ Chefs Bring Seafood Month to a Close

by / Newsroom Ink on November 5, 2014

As October drew to a close and stories of ghosts and goblins put away for another year, we also say good-bye to National Seafood Month. Gulf Seafood News gathered the thoughts of two prominent New Orleans Chefs on Gulf seafood as they cooked National Seafood Month to a close at a recent event held at the Whole Foods Metairie store.

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For Author Paul Greenberg – So Much Ocean, So Little Domestic Fish

For Author Paul Greenberg – So Much Ocean, So Little Domestic Fish

by / Newsroom Ink on December 1, 2014

According to author Paul Greenberg, Americans only eat about 15 pounds of seafood per year, half of the global average. While other countries are willing to pay top dollar, he says “Americans want our seafood cheap and easy”.

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For Sabrina Galloway Shrimping Is Still a Part of Her Life, Even After Father’s Death

For Sabrina Galloway Shrimping Is Still a Part of Her Life, Even After Father’s Death

by / Newsroom Ink on November 12, 2014

Trapped in the engine room of her father’s capsized shrimp boat for more than four hours while struggling to stay alive with her father’s lifeless body somewhere beneath the murky waters of Galveston Bay, 19-year-old Sabrina Galloway has good reason to hate her father’s boat, hate shrimping, hate Galveston Bay and hate a passion that has been a part of her life since a little girl.

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Capitol Hill Face Time Important for GSI Founding Member Steve Tomeny

Capitol Hill Face Time Important for GSI Founding Member Steve Tomeny

by / Newsroom Ink on November 3, 2014

Located near the Intracoastal Canal in the heart of Gulf’s busiest oil and gas port, Gulf Seafood Institute’s new founding member Steve Tomeny operates the last large boat of a once thriving charter for hire recreational industry.

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International Team of Scientists Exploring Use of Algae for Aquaculture Feedstock

International Team of Scientists Exploring Use of Algae for Aquaculture Feedstock

by / Newsroom Ink on October 19, 2014

An international team of scientists and fishermen in the Southern Gulf of Mexico are working to find environmentally safe solutions to the growing need for aquaculture feedstock.

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