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If your waterfront property is becoming a wetland habitat, there are options for easement & leasing.

#Mississippi: http://lmvjv.org/pages/wetland_reserve_easements_MS2017.htm

#waterfrontproperty #wetlandhabitat #easements #huntingleases
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There is still time for youth to submit their Mississippi outdoors-inspired artwork to the Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks' 2017 art contest for students!

Check out the criteria and incentives!

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It's getting close to the official start of boat season in #Mississippi!

If you haven't completed this course and won't be 37 until on or after June 30, 2017, catch one of these upcoming classes before operating any motorized watercraft in state waters.
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There's something fishy about filleting your conserved catch while taking it.
If you want to show you're following regulations and fishing legally, #MSStateLaw says wait to fillet until you're where you'll cook or freeze it.
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Those of us who are concerned about Louisiana's coastlines can now explore various environmental scenarios through the year 2067 with a new interactive data visualization tool.

#Louisiana #coastalerosion #dataviz #CPRA

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Attention southeast fishermen!
Prepare to engage confidently in the science and management affecting your fisheries. The Gulf of Maine Research Institute is offering a fully reimbursable fisheries workshops in Florida this May (science) and September (management).

#GMRI #MREP #SoutheastFisheries

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U.S. farmed fish that need nutrients from other fish can now be given this dietary supplement instead.

#aquaculture #fishfeed

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The topic of #catchshares, a fishery management device perhaps rightly bemoaned by recreational fishermen, proves to be alluring enough to draw a research-based author out of sworn retirement. Book review via #HakaiMagazine.

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Policy in the making.
Here's the latest report informing the Gulf Council on the future of federal Red Snapper management.

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Recreation in the #MSSound is low risk to your health. Higher is the risk of low fisheries productivity which isn't good for you or any other part of the ecosystem.
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