Covid-19 Marine

USD 300 million in aid earmarked for seafood industry in US stimulus package SeafoodSource

The U.S. Senate late on Wednesday, 25 March, unanimously passed a USD 2 trillion (EUR 1.81 trillion) relief package for American businesses and individuals whose work has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Among the relief the fishing industry is set to receive is USD 300 million (EUR 272 million) that will be available to tribal nations, fishermen, fishing communities, other fishery-related businesses and certain aquaculture businesses through the Commerce Department until 30 September

Governor Mills, Commissioner Camuso Suspend Inland Waters Fishing License Requirement, Open Waters To Inland Fishing State of Maine Office of Governor Janet T. Mills

Governor Janet Mills today directed Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Commissioner Judy Camuso to open all inland waters for fishing and to waive the requirement that anglers need a recreational fishing license to fish the inland waters of Maine. The order, which is effectively immediately, will run through April 30 and is intended to encourage Maine people to enjoy the outdoors as we confront the challenges associated with COVID-19. The Governor is considering additional measure

Governor Mills Urges President Trump To Marshal Resources of Federal Government In Support of Maine’s Fishing and Seafood Industries State of Maine Office of Governor Janet T. Mills

Citing the “substantial toll” the COVID-19 pandemic is taking on Maine’s independent fishermen, acquaculturists, wholesale dealers, and seafood processors, Governor Janet Mills pressed President Donald Trump to marshal the resources of the federal government to support Maine’s vital fishing and seafood industries.

Fishermen turn to direct marketing as demand for Maine seafood plummets Press Herald

For decades, lobster has been the symbol of Maine’s fishing industry, but at the moment the microscopic coronavirus is taking center stage. While the economic news has been bad for all sectors of the economy, the fishing industry has been particularly hard-hit.

Aquaculture firms offered €120,000 coronavirus aid package The Fish Site

Companies in the EU’s fisheries and aquaculture sectors have been offered up to €120,000 each in aid, to help see them through the Covid-19 pandemic.

Homeland Security Recognizes Agriculture as Critical Industry AgPro

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued guidance on Thursday on critical industry workforce that should continue as the country addresses and responds to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. U.S. food and agriculture was included among 16 critical industries.

Coronavirus affecting Maine fisheries The Ellsworth American

As of early Wednesday morning, the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention had yet to report a single confirmed or presumed case of COVID-19, the respiratory infection caused by the coronavirus, in eastern Maine, but the lobster industry is already feeling the impacts of the global pandemic.

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Hog Island Oyster Co delivering locally to Marin and Sonoma counties Instagram

If you live in Marin or Sonoma counties, the Hog Island Oyster Co team will deliver your online order directly to your door, 7 days a week! Just make sure to get your orders in by 5 pm PST for next day deliveries.

Northhaven oysters is coming to town! Insta

Coming to town !!! Rockland ferry parking lot with oysters.. Saturday!! 21st 10am till 2pm .. look for dark blue van 10 bucks a dozen!! Or count bags for 80 bucks.! Venmo is best to keep our selfs safe or check come by my friends I miss u!!

Mook Sea Farm loves Moondancers

We know that many of you are home practicing social distancing, but you don’t need to distance yourself from our Moondancers! In fact, did you know that zinc helps maintain a healthy immune system and that there is evidence that zinc has antiviral properties? Oysters are an excellent source of zinc, with a half dozen providing 400% of your daily value. Moondancers are online for $1.50 each, with free shipping if you’re located within the Northeast (UPS Zone 1). We are taking the COVID-19 pande

Friday Deliveries From Emily's Oysters Instagram

Just wanted to let you all know that FRIDAY OYSTER DELIVERIES are STILL available, and while I am always, always operating with the utmost cleanliness, I’ve upped my game even more during these times. Whether you’ve got an active CSA or just want to buy some oysters, I’m your girl! you can also buy a new farm share at any time [discounts available for those who’ve already bought a share!]

Mere Point taking strong action to keep safe Instagram

This current Covid-19 pandemic is real, scary and unpredictable. Our priority at MPOC is to our employees and customers. We will ask all MPOC team members to follow guidelines that are clearly published to prevent transmission. Hand hygiene, social distancing, and common sense are important. Remote working, if possible, is strongly urged. We have already seen some impact to business and do expect that distributors and restaurants will delay making decisions and be cautious about spending in th

Glidden Point giving 10% of online sales to Full Plates Full Potential Instagram

Additionally, 10% of all proceeds from our online sales will be donated to @fullplatesfullpotential emergency fund. These donations will help support public schools in Maine that have closed due to the pandemic by helping schools pay for increased meals, packaging meals, transporting food to eligible sites and more

Love Point Oysters Instagram

If you want to grab some Love Points to brighten up your quarantine and you live within 30 miles of Portland, then DM us and we’ll deliver them right to your door! **and if you’re further away, DM us anyway! We have some limited shipping capabilities!