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Swordfish recovery a victory in the making

Posted on January 22, 2007

HOUSTON, TX – As proper conservation measures succeed in rebuilding swordfish stocks in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic, Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) is calling for a series of additional steps to ensure that the future of this important species is secure – and that a renewed, exciting recreational fishery is assured.

The Last Fish

Posted on January 15, 2007

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CCA Testimony on TORP Open Loop LNG Terminal

Posted on June 15, 2006

Coastal Conservation Association is a grassroots organization with 90,000 members in 15 state chapters dedicated to the conservation, promotion and enhancement of the present and future availability of coastal resources for the benefit and enjoyment of the general public. CCA has been active in local, state and federal fishery management issues for more than a quarter century.  

CCA Alabama Call to Action

Gov. Riley Stands by Commitment to Conservation
Posted on June 09, 2006

MONTGOMERY, AL – As the clock ticked down on a permit sought by ConocoPhillips to operate an open-loop liquefied natural gas terminal 11 miles south of Dauphin Island, Gov. Bob Riley remained firm on his pledge to protect the marine resources of the Gulf of Mexico. The result was the withdrawal of the permit application and a victory for conservation.

VIDEO: Role of Artificial Structures in the Management of Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico

Posted on April 18, 2006

Testimony Regarding Real Time Harvest Management in the Recreational Fishery

Posted on April 01, 2006

Good Morning, the Coastal Conservation Association is a marine fisheries conservation organization supported by 80,000 members from Maine to Texas. I coordinate CCA’s Atlantic fishery conservation activities in its 11 East Coast chapters with the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission. 

CCA Position on LNG Facilities

Posted on April 01, 2006

Coastal Conservation Association strongly opposes open-loop liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals and favors closed-loop systems. 

Testimony Before the National Academy of Science Committee to Review Recreational Fisheries Survey Methods

Posted on April 01, 2006

I am Richen Brame, Atlantic Coast Fisheries Coordinator for the Coastal Conservation Association.  Thank you for the opportunity to speak to you this afternoon on recreational fisheries data collection.

CCA Testimony on Proposed Compass Port Open-Loop LNG Terminal

Posted on April 01, 2006

Coastal Conservation Association is a grassroots organization with 90,000 members in 15 state chapters dedicated to the conservation, promotion and enhancement of the present and future availability of coastal resources for the benefit and enjoyment of the general public. CCA has been active in local, state and federal fishery management issues for more than a quarter century.

CCA Testimony on Proposed Main Pass Open-Loop LNG Terminal

Posted on March 01, 2006

Coastal Conservation Association is a grassroots organization with 90,000 members in 15 state chapters dedicated to the conservation, promotion and enhancement of the present and future availability of coastal resources for the benefit and enjoyment of the general public. CCA has been active in local, state and federal fishery management issues for more than a quarter century.