March 12-14, 2023 | Boston, USA

NOAA’s Plans To Ensure Resilient Marine Fisheries and Strengthen the U.S. Seafood Industry

Kate Naughten

Director, Office of Communications - NOAA Fisheries

Danielle Blacklock

Director, Office of Aquaculture - NOAA Fisheries

Alexa Cole

Director - NOAA Fisheries, Office of International Affairs, Trade, and Commerce

Janet Coit

Assistant Administrator for Fisheries - NOAA Fisheries

Paul Doremus

Deputy Assistant Administrator for Operations - NOAA Fisheries

Rick Spinrad

Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere & NOAA Administrator - NOAA

NOAA’s Plans To Ensure Resilient Marine Fisheries and Strengthen the U.S. Seafood Industry

NOAA Fisheries works closely with fishing and seafood stakeholders to ensure resilient marine fisheries in the U.S. and to strengthen the seafood industry. Ultimately, our goals include expanding domestic seafood supply, leveling the playing field on trade, and modernizing policies and infrastructure for a more efficient seafood supply chain. During this session, participants will hear from NOAA leadership about the agency’s top priorities under the Biden-Harris Administration, including supporting economic and environmental resiliency of our coastal communities by providing the seafood industry with the critical resources needed for generating greater demand for U.S. seafood.

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