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Five Bureau's make up the Division of Fish, Wildlife and Marine Resources (DFWMR):

Division News

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Staff Location

Staff are located throughout the state in Regional Offices, Program Headquarter Offices and Field Stations (labs and hatcheries).

Regional Offices

DEC consists of nine regional headquarters and suboffices, which are located in local areas across the state. If you need information that relates to fish, wildlife, habitat and marine resources issues in your local area, please contact our regional staff.

Field Stations

Each of our Bureaus also provides special services. Field Stations located across the state help deliver these services to you. These facilities include Hale Creek Field Station, Rome Field Station, fish hatcheries and others. The Bureau of Fish & Wildlife Services attends to both resident and non-resident customer needs and includes the Sportsman Education program, Becoming an Outdoors-Woman program, Sporting License Sales, and Special Licenses and Permits.

Program Headquarters

Program Headquarters house the Division's administrative staff and the offices of the Bureaus of Fish & Wildlife Services, Fisheries, Habitat, Marine Resources, and Wildlife. These offices are located in Albany, except for the Bureau of Marine Resources headquarters, which are located on Long Island, closer to the public and resource they serve. Headquarters staff coordinate implementation of the Division's program, and provide support to the Regions.

Funding Sources for the Division

The Division is funded from a number of sources, which are dedicated specifically to the Division's mission.

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Drastic cuts in fish quotas expected

2012-12-20 13:50:31 by Citizen_J

By Beth Daley, Boston Globe, 12/20/12
With fishery regulators poised to impose devastating cuts Thursday on the New England fleet, blame for the disappearance of once-abundant cod and flounder populations is shifting from fishermen to a new culprit: the changing ocean.
Warming waters and an evolving ocean ecosystem possibly related to man-made climate change are contributing to the anemic populations, not just decades of overfishing, government officials say

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