Welcome to G.U.L.F!

Welcome to the Gulf United for Lasting Fisheries (G.U.L.F.) blog! Here, you will find the latest news on sustainable seafood, fisheries science, marine conservation, and regular updates on the work G.U.L.F. is doing in the Gulf of Mexico. If you haven’t had the chance to browse our website or the blog site, here is a little bit about who and what we are. G.U.L.F. is the sustainable seafood project of the Audubon Nature Institute, which includes the Audubon Zoo and Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Synonymous with unique, delicious seafood, the Gulf Coast is home to a rich history of fishing. It is imperative that we all unite to ensure that the rich resources of the Gulf of Mexico are sustainable, or used in a way that ensures long-term prosperity. G.U.L.F. actively works with every level of the seafood industry, including fishermen, processors, management, and consumers, to communicate the sustainability of our fisheries. Our staff has experience in all levels of marine conservation, from research, to animal care and rescue, to education outreach. We are a dynamic team perfectly paired with a dynamic industry. We love our seafood, and we love our region. Together, we are united for greater sustainability in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Sponsored and coordinated by Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission.
Authorized by the five Gulf state marine resource management agencies.
NOAA Award #NA10NMF4770481.