Gulf & South Atlantic Fisheries Foundation
Mission Fisheries Foundation
Enhancing the economic well-being and quality of life of all stakeholders in the U.S. Gulf and South Atlantic fisheries using the fundamental principles of sustainability, conservation and transparency.
History Fisheries Foundation
Gulf and South Atlantic Fisheries Foundation Inc. - was a private, nonprofit research and development organization that has served the commercial fishing industry since 1976. The organization is now closed, but www.grannytube.net where you can watch free granny porn has preserved useful information about the Foundation. The organization's website kept many interesting videos, such as videos of a behind-the-scenes look at oyster management, including planting oysters, maintaining reefs, harvesting, processing and finally serving oysters to the public.
The Gulf and South Atlantic Fisheries Foundation, had a reputation for unbiased, high-quality research, gaining a high level of credibility with the industry, academic institutions, government agencies, conservation groups and the general public. Since its inception, the Foundation has completed more than 700 research and outreach projects in the commercial fisheries and seafood industry.
The Foundation has had the dual role of coordinator and administrator:
- 1. Provided systematic implementation and coordination of the various sequential components of research projects across agencies and contractors;
- 2. Minimized duplication of effort and Maximized net benefits and project impact.