Category Archives: News Releases

4/5/17- SAFMC News Release: Call for Applications for New Citizen Science Advisory Panel

NEWS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 5, 2017 (PDF - click here) CONTACT: Kim Iverson/843-571-4366/kim.iverson@safmc.net   Calling for Applications to New Citizen Science Advisory Panel The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council is currently soliciting applicants for open advisory panel seats on the new Citizen Science Advisory Panel. The Council has twelve advisory panels composed of…
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03/10/2017 – SAFMC News Release: March 2017 Council Meeting

NEWS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 10, 2017 (PDF - click here) CONTACT: Kim Iverson/843-571-4366/kim.iverson@safmc.net [hr] Federal Fishery Managers Continue to Explore Options for Red Snapper Recreational data concerns acknowledged; Request for pilot catch share program withdrawn      Members of the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council addressed a number of issues affecting offshore fisheries during…
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1/17/17 – SAFMC News Release: Council Seeks Applicants for Federal Fishery Advisory Panels ; Deadline to Apply is February 10, 2017

NEWS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 17, 2017 (PDF - click here)Updated 2/3/17 Download AP application CONTACT:  Kim Iverson/Public Information Officer/843-571-4366/kim.iverson@safmc.net [hr] Council Seeks Applicants for Federal Fishery Advisory Panels The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council is currently soliciting applicants for open advisory panel seats. Working at the grass roots level, advisory panel members provide…
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12/9/16 – SAFMC News Release: Council Approves Electronic Reporting for Federally Permitted Charter Vessels

NEWS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 9, 2016 (PDF - click here) CONTACT: Kim Iverson/843-571-4366/kim.iverson@safmc.net Council Approves Electronic Reporting for Federally Permitted Charter Vessels For-hire pilot project underway; measures approved for mutton snapper; scoping options for red snapper Federally permitted charter vessels in the snapper grouper, dolphin wahoo, and coastal migratory pelagic (mackerel and cobia)…
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