William "Zeke" Grader

Executive Director of the Institute for Fisheries Resources

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Executive Director of the Institute for Fisheries Resources, which is affiliated with the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Association, a trade group for commercial fishermen

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The  Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary  was established 14 years ago to ban oil drilling from the Golden Gate to Hearst Castle.  Now, the Sanctuary is  rewriting its management…

Fish and Water: Now You See Them, Now You Don't

The Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary was established 14 years ago to ban oil drilling from the Golden Gate to Hearst Castle.  Now, the Sanctuary is rewriting its management…

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