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The lawsuit was filed on January 27, 2011, by members of the Partnership for Sustainable Oceans (PSO), including the United Anglers of Southern California, Coastside Fishing Club and Bob Fletcher.
LOS ANGELES -- The Partnership for Sustainable Oceans (PSO), which represents recreational fishing and boating interests in California, today denounced a decision that could have a devastating effect on California's economy and the public's right to access the state's coastal waters.
The Partnership for Sustainable Oceans (PSO) includes the American Sportfishing Association, Berkley Conservation Institute, Coastside Fishing Club, Contributing Members of the Avalon Tuna Club, International Game Fish Association, Kayak Fishing Association of California, National Marine Manufacturers Association, Nor-Cal Kayak Anglers, Shimano Sport Fisheries Initiative, Southern California Marine Association, the Sportfishing Association of California, United Anglers of Southern California and the Watermen's Alliance.
A new economic study, released today by the Partnership for Sustainable Oceans (PSO), demonstrates that two of the three marine protected area (MPA) proposals currently before the Marine Life Protection Act (MLPA) Blue Ribbon Task Force (BRTF) could have a devastating effect on the economy of California's North Central Coast.
The Partnership for Sustainable Oceans (PSO) today announced its support for a North Central Coast marine protected area proposal that holds conservation as its highest priority while maintaining quality recreational opportunity and protecting the economic output of ocean related recreation within the area's coastal communities.
The Partnership for Sustainable Oceans (PSO) supports Secretary Chrisman's announcement of the implementation order of the three remaining MLPA study regions to be completed in 2011.
Protecting California's ocean health is possible without unnecessary closures to recreational fishing and boating according to the Partnership for Sustainable Oceans.