Post Profile

Lexicon of Sustainability: Fishing after Katrina

By Twilight Greenaway Today's photo brings us up close and personal with a third generation Gulf Coast crab fisherman.
read more


Related Posts

Amanda Moore: Seven Years After Hurricane Katrina: Who Owes Whom?

Society & Culture : Huffington Post: Impact Blog

Right now Hurricane Isaac is thrashing New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, but the thoughts of many residents there are on another storm. Today marks seven years since Hurricane Katrina blasted ashore along the Gulf Coast.

A Fisherman's Farewell? Gulf Resident's Fight for Their Future 15 Months After the BP Blowout

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

Mark Stewart is a third generation fisherman from the Mississippi Gulf fishing community of Pass Christian. He's a proud and tough working man of the sea, used to hauling in nets until his arms nearly fall off and fishing all night ...

Is your all-you-can-eat shrimp killing the mangroves?

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Grist

by Twilight Greenaway. For his new book Let Them Eat Shrimp: The Tragic Disappearance of the Rainforests of he Sea, Kennedy Warne traveled the world—from Bangladesh to Brazil o the Gulf Coast—documenting the complex relationship bet...

Maryland launches campaign against illegal crab fishing

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Reuters Environment Blog

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Maryland on Tuesday launched a campaign to police recreational and commercial crab fishing as the state grapples with a low population of crabs that can be caught in the Chesapeake Bay, authorities said.

Eight Generations of Fishing Knowledge Went Into This Crab Salad

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Vice: Munchies

Every summer, decades-old fishing families in the Norfolk town of Cromer catch what they claim is the UK’s best crab. “When it’s in your blood, it’s in your blood,” says fisherman John Lee. “There’s nothing you can do about it.”


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC