Warm Winter Sparks Concern Among Lobstermen
February 6, 2016
Portland Press Herald: For those in the lobster industry, any sign of a return to the conditions of 2012 is cause for high anxiety.
Researchers say the industry needs to be prepared for that possibility because warming trends are laying the groundwork for a potential repeat of the disastrous season of four years ago.
“We learned a hard lesson in 2012,” said Patrice McCarron, executive director of the Maine Lobstermen’s Association.
Read more about how a warm winter may affect lobster prices in 2016.