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JOHOR Fisheries Department is conducting a sea turtle awareness campaign for boat operators in Mersing as part of its marine conservation project at Sultan Iskandar Marine Park.
MERSING: The Fisheries Department has seized two boats with 1.5 tonnes of fish for illegal fishing.
MERSING: Two fishing vessels with 3,400kg of fresh catch worth RM3mil were seized by the Johor Fisheries Department for illegal fishing.
BACK in the 1960s and 1970s, the waters off Gelang Patah on the west coast of Johor were the favourite playgrounds of the dugong, also known as the sea cow.
Johor Fisheries Department is taking proactive measures to ensure the sustainability of fish resources and marine life in the state.
COASTAL fishermen in south Johor have reduced the price of seafood since May.
MERSING: Two fishing vessels with 800kg of fresh catch were detained by the Johor Fisheries Department for illegal fishing.
JOHOR BARU: Johor government has released more than 87,000 fish and 160,000 freshwater prawn (udang galah) seeds worth RM230,000 as part of its efforts to rehabilitate rivers in the state.
JOHOR BARU: The Johor government is planning to set up three Fishing Industry Zones (ZIP) next year to increase the productivity of mussel, clam and fish breeders in the state.
JOHOR BARU: The Kampung Orang Asli Kuala Masai Fishermen’s Association is seeking help from the Johor government for breeders whose mussel production was affected by harmful algal bloom (HAB).