April 19, 2019 On our first field day in Mexico, we set out around 11 a.m. to the working waterfront in Kino. Although our day was just beginning, these fishermen had been since hours beforeContinue reading
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As the ocean’s stocks of fishes have been depleted under existing policy, some dramatic new changes are needed.
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