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StaffStaff The New England Boating staff comprises various award-winning professional boating photographers and writers, most of whom also contribute to national and regional boating publications and media outlets.
Recent Articles by Staff
Improvements Sought for Mackerel Cove, RI Improvements Sought for Mackerel Cove, RI

Jamestown Press: The Jamestown, Rhode Island, Conservation Commission wants to step up improvements on the beach at Mackerel Cove, and its next step will be to take a January field trip to the spot and look at the options...

» January 3rd, 2012
MA High Court Approves Wind Farm Deal MA High Court Approves Wind Farm Deal

CapeCodOnline: The state’s highest court has backed Massachusetts utility regulators’ approval of a deal between Cape Wind and National Grid for power from the proposed Nantucket Sound wind farm. In a decision released today , the state Supreme...

» January 3rd, 2012
Long Island Sound Receive C-Plus Health Grade Long Island Sound Receive C-Plus Health Grade

CTPost.com: An environmental group on Tuesday released a report card for the health of Long Island Sound with a barely passing grade for overall progress and government commitment over the past 10 years. Efforts to improve the coastal and...

» January 2nd, 2012
Plane Crashes in CT Reservoir Plane Crashes in CT Reservoir

New Haven Register: Connecticut state police say a plane has crashed into the Willimantic Reservoir shortly after taking off at a nearby airport, injuring one person. The pilot was the only person onboard when the plane crashed Sunday afternoon...

» January 2nd, 2012
Lecture to Focus on Art of Frank Vining Smith Lecture to Focus on Art of Frank Vining Smith

Author James A. Craig will discusses the maritime art of Frank Vining Smith, the subject of his latest book, at the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath, Maine, on Wednesday, January 18, 2012, from 7:00 PM to 9:00 p.m. Frank...

» January 1st, 2012
More Atlantic Salmon Returning to Northeast More Atlantic Salmon Returning to Northeast

An article in the New York Times reports that increased numbers of adult Atlantic salmon are returning to their natal rivers and streams in the Northeast in 2011. The increase has been witnessed throughout the salmon’s range, giving anglers,...

» December 31st, 2011
Scientists to Gauge Effects of Global Warming on River Herring Scientists to Gauge Effects of Global Warming on River Herring

CapeCodOnline: The roar of water spilling over an earthen dam supplied the background as Jo Ann Muramoto stepped gingerly into knee-deep water. The senior scientist from the Association to Preserve Cape Cod wore thigh-high waders and pulled on long...

» December 30th, 2011
2012 MA Hunting & Fishing Licenses on Sale 2012 MA Hunting & Fishing Licenses on Sale

Anglers and hunters looking to purchase a 2012 license can do so in person through one of the vendors on the below list, or order a license online. Note that many Massachusetts town halls will no longer make direct...

» December 30th, 2011
RI Stocking Ponds for Ice-Fishing Season RI Stocking Ponds for Ice-Fishing Season

Providence Journal: Rhode Island officials are stocking ponds in the state with salmon and trout ahead of the winter ice-fishing season. The Department of Environmental Management says the Division of Fish and Wildlife will stock 100 Atlantic salmon and...

» December 30th, 2011
Bristol Marine Acquires Somerset, MA, Marina Bristol Marine Acquires Somerset, MA, Marina

  EastBayRI.com: Bristol Marine, whose motto is “the power of one,” now has the power of 2, after adding the former J&J Marine of Somerset, Massachusetts, to its masthead. Andrew Tyska, founder and president of Bristol Marine at 99...

» December 29th, 2011