The National Press Foundation has chosen 20 journalists for an in-depth training on oceans and fisheries.
Over five days, journalists will learn about commercial versus recreational fishing rights; innovations in fisheries management; regulation and labeling of domestic and imported fish; natural and man-made threats to the oceans; international laws and disputes; and marine biodiversity.
The training will take place July 8-12 in Tampa, Florida.
The journalists are:
David Abel | The Boston Globe
Adam Allington | Bloomberg
Beth Baker | Freelance
Tristan Baurick | The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)
Avory Brookins | Rhode Island Public Radio
Debbie Elliott | NPR
Miranda Green | The Hill
Mark Harrington | Newsday
Sandra Hausman | Virginia Public Radio
Alexander Kaufman | HuffPost
Ledyard King | USA Today
Mary Landers | Savannah Morning News
Craig LeMoult | WGBH (Boston)
Christopher Lett | CNN
Andres Pruna | KNBC (Los Angeles)
Dinah Pulver |The Daytona Beach News-Journal
Cecelia Smith-Schoenwalder | E&E News
Deborah Sullivan Brennan | The San Diego Union-Tribune
Patrick Whittle | The Associated Press
Kale Williams | The Oregonian
Funding for this training provided by the Walton Family Foundation.