An international effort is underway to try to save the Gulf’s fish.
The Gulf of St. Lawrence has long been a destination for fishermen, who fish to feed their families.
But with the number of tourists coming to the Gulf every year, the catch has been shrinking.
That’s led to a decline in the amount of fish caught in the ocean.
The US government recently set up a partnership with local fishermen to work together to create a fish-saving plan.
The fish-saver plan calls for reducing the fish-eating capacity in the gulf by 40 percent by 2050.
It’s meant to reduce the amount and the amount that can be hauled in.
The plan will involve a new marine research program to study the impact of fish-killing technologies.
The goal is to reduce fish populations by 40 to 60 percent in the first two years of the project.
That would save the fish from going to the ocean in the vast majority of cases.
It would also help the region’s economy and make fishing less expensive for fishermen.
The Fish-Saver Plan is the result of a partnership between the US Department of Agriculture and the International Union for Conservation of Nature, the organization that manages fisheries in the region.
The plan was developed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the USDA Fisheries Science Institute, and the US Fish and Game Service.