December Shrimp Task Force Meeting


December 9, 2020
raw Louisiana shrimp

December Shrimp Task Force Meeting

10:00 am - 12:00 pm @

The Louisiana Shrimp Task Force will meet Wednesday, December 9, 2020, 10:00 a.m., at the St. Bernard Port Harbor and Terminal Building, 100 Port Blvd., Chalmette, LA 70043.


Due to the public health emergency guidelines established in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, only 40 members of the public will be allowed in the meeting room at one time. All members of the public will have to wear a mask to enter the building.       However, in an effort to allow more public access to the meeting, the Board asks those persons attending for a single agenda item to leave after that item is heard. This will allow other members of the public to rotate into the room.

I.             Pledge of Allegiance

II.            Roll Call

III.           Approval of August 5, 2020 Meeting Minutes

IV.           Approval of December 9, 2020 Meeting Agenda

V.            Financial Report

VI.           Federal Shrimp Permit Report

VII.          New Business

A.     Discussion on the Results of the Shrimp Bycatch Study- LDWF

B.      To Discuss the Gulf- RFM Sustainability Certification and Future Implications- LDWF

C.      2019 Fisheries Disaster Spending Plan- LDWF

D.     To Consider a South Pass 37 SARS Proposal- LDWF

E.      To Discuss the Turtle Excluder Device Funding Program- STF

F.      To Discuss Shrimp Prices- STF

G.     To Discuss Aid for LA Coastal Fishermen due to 2020 Hurricanes and Evacuation Losses- STF

H.     To Discuss the Main Street Recovery Grant- STF

I.        To Discuss Sending a Letter to the Governor’s Office to Request the Assistance of the Attorney General- STF

VIII.          Public Comment

IX.            Set Next Meeting

X.             Adjourn

The meeting will be held in compliance with Louisiana’s Open Meetings Law as defined by Louisiana R.S. 42:11, et seq. The public is invited to attend. To listen in to the meeting via webinar register at:

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