Officials Announce $3.8 Million in Grants for Long Island Sound
The grants will cover the Sound and watershed in New York, as well as in New England.
Berkley and BoatUS partner for Recast and Recycle Contest
The fishing gear manufacturer and BoatUS Foundation are tapping the public for better ideas on how to recycle soft bait and line.
Upstate New York lakes studied for invasive species
The studies focused on powerboat use and steward programs that aim to reduce the risk of introducing invasive species.
Florida extends catch-and-release fishing in areas affected by red tide
Snook, red drum and sea trout will be open only for catch-and-release through May 2021.
Massachusetts yard earns environmental award from Honda
The Boat Guy received the Honda Environmental Leadership Award as part of the company’s “Green Dealer” program.
Task force releases initial recommendations for combatting red tide
Florida’s Harmful Algal Bloom Task Force was reactivated as toxins in water impact the state’s economy.
Sustainability and safety at center of European Boating Industry meeting
Its discussions with the European Maritime Safety Agency included recreational boating for the first time.
Florida governor pledges $625 million a year for water projects
In his “State of the State” address yesterday, Ron DeSantis pledged his commitment to Everglades restoration, while also funding projects to curtail blue algae and red tide.