IAN in the Media

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The Star Democrat (Wed 23 Mar, 2016)
Senate passes oyster study bill
Staff quoted: Elizabeth North
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EASTON — After a short debate on Wednesday, March 23, the Maryland Senate passed a bill in a 36-10 vote that would require the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences (UMCES) to identify a science-based, sustainable harvest level for the state's public oyster fishery.


Bay Journal (Wed 9 Mar, 2016)
Squabbles threaten future of Chesapeake's oyster restoration
Staff quoted: Elizabeth North, Don Boesch
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Stocked with more than 2 billion hatchery-spawned oysters, Harris Creek became the crown jewel of an ambitious effort to revive the Chesapeake Bay's depleted shellfish population. As it was being completed last fall, scientists, politicians and others made pilgrimages to the Choptank River tributary to witness Maryland and the federal government working together to restore 375 acres of reefs with young bivalves.


The Star Democrat (Sun 17 Jan, 2016)
Scientists, watermen work together in new study to preserve oyster industry
Staff quoted: Elizabeth North
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CAMBRIDGE — Most scientific studies focus entirely on pure or applied research that is sometimes difficult for nonscientists to understand. A new one, led by Horn Point Lab in Cambridge, will take a different tack.


The Star Democrat (Wed 30 Dec, 2015)
Are oyster recovery efforts hurting watermen's incomes?
Staff quoted: Don Meritt, Elizabeth North
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ANNAPOLIS — Jim Reihl followed a routine over his first 30 years as an oysterman: Get to work before sunrise, harvest until he meets his quota or fatigue sets in, and head back to the docks by 3 p.m.


The Talbot Spy (Thu 24 Dec, 2015)
Out and About (Sort Of): Oysters, Energy and Canneries by Howard Freedlander
Staff quoted: Elizabeth North
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As the holiday season begins in full swing on Thursday with Thanksgiving, followed in four weeks by Christmas, the last gasp of community activities is filling the calendar, as is usually the case at this time of year. Last week proved no exception.


The Daily Record (Mon 30 Nov, 2015)
Financial effects of Md.'s oyster recovery efforts questioned
Staff quoted: Elizabeth North, Don Meritt
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ANNAPOLIS — Jim Reihl followed a routine over his first 30 years as an oysterman: Get to work before sunrise, harvest until he meets his quota or fatigue sets in, and head back to the docks by 3 p.m.


The Baltimore Sun (Sat 28 Nov, 2015)
Recreation and outdoors calendar: fisheries symposium and more
Staff quoted: Elizabeth North, Ed Houde
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Fisheries symposium


Capital Gazette (Fri 27 Nov, 2015)
Outdoors: Late-season perch good option for stocking freezer
Staff quoted: Elizabeth North, Ed Houde
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It's not just the number of people using the ramp but who those fishermen are that often tells me whether the bite is on or not. The parking spots were taken up by the regular cast of characters, the guys in the know, who took advantage of the lovely holiday weather to load the freezer with some beautifully plump rockfish. I'm hoping it's a similar scene where you launch or dock your boat.


The Frederick News-Post (Wed 25 Nov, 2015)
Questions loom over effects of state's oyster recovery efforts on watermen's bottom lines
Staff quoted: Don Meritt, Elizabeth North
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ANNAPOLIS — Jim Reihl followed a routine over his first 30 years as an oysterman: Get to work before sunrise, harvest until he meets his quota or fatigue sets in, and head back to the docks by 3 p.m.


My Eastern Shore MD (Mon 23 Nov, 2015)
Oyster Expo airs fishery woes
Staff quoted: Elizabeth North, Ken Paynter
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EASTON — The Oyster Expo held at the Eastern Shore Conservation Center in Easton on Wednesday night, Nov. 18, was a time for the general public to learn about efforts to restore the Chesapeake Bay's oyster population. It was also a night when local watermen vented their frustrations over issues surrounding their livelihood.



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