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Exploring Aquaculture: GSI Leading the Gulf’s Discovery of a Future with Farmed Seafood


Exploring Aquaculture: GSI Leading the Gulf’s Discovery of a Future with Farmed Seafood

NEW ORLEANS, La. (March 17, 2017) — The Gulf Seafood Institute, the advocacy organization for advancing the economic, social and environmental benefits of the Gulf of Mexico’s seafood industry, is exploring a future with aquaculture in the region.

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GSI CONVENES TWO-DAY STRATEGIC SUMMIT; THREE PRIORITY AREAS ESSENTIAL FOR GULF SEAFOOD CHAMPIONS IN 2017


GSI CONVENES TWO-DAY STRATEGIC SUMMIT; THREE PRIORITY AREAS ESSENTIAL FOR GULF SEAFOOD CHAMPIONS IN 2017

GSI CONVENES TWO-DAY STRATEGIC SUMMIT; THREE PRIORITY AREAS ESSENTIAL IN 2017
Houston, TX — Seventeen thoughtful minds, ten newly birthed committees, and several dozen strategic initiatives…

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Pearce and Gossen to Join Thought-Leaders on Joint Ocean Commission Roundtable


Pearce and Gossen to Join Thought-Leaders on Joint Ocean Commission Roundtable

The Joint Ocean Commission Initiative Leadership Council is holding roundtable discussions focused on the Arctic, East, West, and Gulf Coasts, and has invited two Gulf Seafood Institute members to have a seat at its Gulf roundtable being held in New Orleans.

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Off-Bottom Caged Oysters Rise to Top In Louisiana


Off-Bottom Caged Oysters Rise to Top In Louisiana

The Aristocrat, Caminada Bay, Beauregard and Champagne Bay oysters are changing the playing field for a Gulf oyster industry in decline since Hurricane Katrina and the Deepwater Horizon spill. These Louisiana oysters join others in Alabama as the first commercial success stories for farm raised oysters grown in off-bottom cages; breathing new life into the industry.

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GSI Everywhere at Recent SeaWeb Seafood Summit


GSI Everywhere at Recent SeaWeb Seafood Summit

At the SeaWeb Seafood Summit held at the New Orleans Hyatt Regency it seemed that members of GSI members were everywhere; from helping visiting dignitaries get a table at a popular restaurant, giving expert testimony on panel discussions, to filleting the ever-evasive lionfish for a special chef cook-off.

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GSI Members Join Louisiana Sea Grant Advisory Council


GSI Members Join Louisiana Sea Grant Advisory Council

Two Louisiana Gulf Seafood Institute board members have been appointed to the Louisiana Sea Grant Advisory Council which each year reviews the organizations selected activities and provides counsel regarding program focus, development and operations.

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Louisiana Shrimpers Place Moratorium on Harvesting


Louisiana Shrimpers Place Moratorium on Harvesting

For more than two weeks talks of a strike by Louisiana shrimpers have filled VHF radios and social media. Talk has turned into action according to Louisiana Shrimp Association’s president Clint Guidry, as state shrimpers have put a moratorium on harvesting to protest falling shrimp prices at the dock.

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GSI Announces Membership Drive On First Anniversary


GSI Announces Membership Drive On First Anniversary

In June of 2013, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fish Fry in Washington, D.C. became the setting for the birth what was quickly to become one of the strongest and loudest voices for the Gulf of Mexico and the seafood it produces, The Gulf Seafood Institute.

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Misinformation Spreads in War of Words Over Gulf Red Snapper Allocation


Misinformation Spreads in War of Words Over Gulf Red Snapper Allocation

Misinformation has spread in both traditional and online media about the current proposed Red Snapper allocation change under consideration by the Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Management Council.

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Chron.com: GSI Board Member Jim Gossen Helps Raise Funds for Foodways Texas


Chron.com: GSI Board Member Jim Gossen Helps Raise Funds for Foodways Texas

Nearly $7,000 was raised for Foodways Texas, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting, preserving and celebrating the diverse food cultures of Texas.

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Gulf Seafood Institute Testifies Before Two Influential Government Organizations Governing Gulf Waters


Gulf Seafood Institute Testifies Before Two Influential Government Organizations Governing Gulf Waters

The Gulf Seafood Institute, a four-month old non-profit organization comprised of Gulf seafood leaders from all five Gulf States, had a busy week of testifying before two influential governmental organizations responsible for governing the Gulf of Mexico, and the sustainable seafood it provides.

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Gulf Seafood Institute’s Jim Gossen Dedicated to Gulf’s Fishermen and Culture


Gulf Seafood Institute’s Jim Gossen Dedicated to Gulf’s Fishermen and Culture

At the age of 65, you would expect to find Jim Gossen sharing an early-morning coffee on the docks with local fishermen near his Grand Isle camp. More often than not you will find him traveling the Gulf coast in his GMC Yukon, working to ensure fishermen and consumers around the country continue to enjoy sustainable Gulf seafood.

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Texas Restaurant Association Hosts Austin Share the Gulf Event


Texas Restaurant Association Hosts Austin Share the Gulf Event

In support of the Texas and Gulf fishing businesses, as well as the restaurants, markets, consumers and tourism industries depending on access to Gulf Seafood, The Texas Restaurant Association is hosting a Texas style happy hour.

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NOAA Proposes Modifications to Federally Permitted Seafood Dealer Reporting


NOAA Proposes Modifications to Federally Permitted Seafood Dealer Reporting

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association has proposed changing the federally permitted seafood dealers reporting requirements for the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic regions.

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Red Snapper Management in the Gulf of Mexico a Hotly Contested Issue


Red Snapper Management in the Gulf of Mexico a Hotly Contested Issue

Red Snapper, an iconic American fish sought after by consumers across the country, is culturally and economically Important to the Gulf Coast. Seafood sales at restaurant after restaurant dotting the southern coastline are one of the largest drivers of the Gulf’s tourism industry

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