3D-printed reef to improve Pamlico River ecosystem
“This will give a place for juvenile fish to hide and to grow and then to hopefully flourish and repopulate some of the area from just over time, they’ve had a decrease in some of the fish in the area,” said Grady-White Boats Marketing Director Shelley Tubaugh.
Grady-White Boats is always at the table, consistently and confidently working to protect our waters and fisheries. This spring, two of our team members met in Washington, DC, for the American Sportfishing Association’s annual spring government affairs meeting.
Contest Winners' Innovations Protect the Environment
Last year we told you about the BoatUS Recast and Recycle Contest that challenged people to develop ways to protect wildlife and the environment from improper disposal of unwanted fishing line and tackle. Now see the winning designs.
Grady-White Boats is proud to continue supporting the successful Dolphinfish Research Program coordinated through the Beyond Our Shores Foundation. Working with anglers around the world, the organization tags dolphinfish and tracks their movements in an effort to ensure their conservation and sustainability for the future.
Grady-White Helps Sponsors Pacific Ocean Shark Research
Preserving our fisheries, waterways, and coastal resources is important to Grady-White Boats as well as our boat owners. We support many programs that tag and track fish of all types and sizes throughout the world. One such program has been tagging white sharks off the coast of Monterey, CA, giving insight into their survival and interactions with other animals. Dr. Barbara Block and her crew even use a Gulfstream Grady-White we helped provide as one of their research vessels! Watch this video to find out more.
The Grady Life – How Boating Enhanced Our Lives in 2020
While 2020 forced us all to live quite differently than we ever have before – traveling less, distancing ourselves from others, and cutting back on sporting events and extracurricular activities – one positive thing it taught us was that life is always better on the water, especially on a Grady-White boat!
On August 4th, 2020, President, Donald Trump signed into law the Great American Outdoors Act, overwhelmingly bipartisan legislation, that will create more safe and sustainable recreation access for all Americans.