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Monday, January 8, 2018

Fish farm lease fight

Cooke Aquaculture has filed a lawsuit challenging a Washington government agency's termination of its salmon farming lease.

Bill seeks net pen control

Petersburg cannery stays closed

OR officials blast drilling plan

CA bill fights drilling

NorCal harbor tax tabled

 

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

AK eyed for oil leases

A new federal energy development proposal could expand Alaska oil drilling but the degree of industry response is uncertain.

Deckhand training funded

The Gillnetter remembered

Cook Inlet hatchery director retiring

Opinion: No West Coast drilling

Tracking reveals CA salmon habitat

 

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Fish farm ban debated

A bill advancing a ban on net pen salmon farming in Washington State
is being debated as legislative hearings begin.

Division over salmon measure

B.C. virus review questioned

Research work boosts fishermen

Training issues cited in vessel sinking

WA port's orphan vessel dilemma

 

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Chinook gene pool shrinking

Research shows that Columbia River Chinook salmon have lost genetic diversity, which limits the ability to withstand population threats.

BOF eyes new rules

Judge sides with Sitka

West Coast crab price unsettled

NorCal crab quality uncertain

Alarm over oxygen loss

 

Friday, January 12, 2018

Cod impact report eyed

As fishermen brace for a cod season wipeout, the Kodiak Fisheries Working Group is considering an economic impact analysis.

Oil terminal lease snubbed

Missing boat nets $12K fine

Flood control benefits salmon

Nominations sought for PFMC seat

Entanglement considered as crabbing nears