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Improving fisheries management practices (3537)

Environmental Defense Fund

To support the Fisheries Leadership and Sustainability Forum and their ongoing educational programs and professional tra…

The Role of Catch Shares in Performance of MSC Certification of Sustainable Fisheries (3535)

MRAG Americas, Inc.

In support of exploring the linkages between catch share systems and scoring within the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)…

Technical support for marine spatial planning and implementation (2225.01)

Living Oceans Society

To provide technical support for Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) and implementation.

Co-Management as tool to improve performance of Pacific groundfish catch share program (2234.01)

The Nature Conservancy

In support of the design and implementation of transferable tools, necessary policies, and practical demonstrations thro…

Advancing New England fisheries management and ocean planning through fishermen engagement (2253.01)

Island Institute

To advance New England fisheries management and regional ocean planning through supporting engagement both within local …

Fish 2.0 Competition (3598)

Manta Consulting

To support emerging entrepreneurs in the sustainable seafood sector through a competition called Fish 2.0. The competit…

Supporting Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning (CMSP) and Ecosystem-Based Management in the Northeast United States (2519.01)

The Nature Conservancy

To support Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning (CMSP) in the Northeast United States, and the timely evolution of ecosys…

Ocean policy and National Security (3512)

Center for New American Security

In support of ocean policy dialogues with the National Security community.

Public engagement in ocean planning (3539)

Surfrider Foundation

To support Surfrider's efforts to educate and engage coastal residents in ocean planning.