New report shows U.S. fisheries rebuilding

Overfished stocks remain near all-time low as eight stocks come off NOAA overfishing list and two no longer listed as overfished.

The number of domestic fish stocks listed as overfished or subject to overfishing remain near all-time lows, according to the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) "2015 Status of U.S. Fisheries" report to Congress.

The 2015 report highlights the U.S.'s continued progress toward managing fish stocks sustainably. This is a result of the combined efforts of NOA

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