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Monday, January 29, 2018

Surprise blow to Pebble

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is changing course on the Pebble mine project, declaring that it likely poses a risk to the Bristol
Bay watershed.

Halibut catch cut division

F/V Akutan scuttled

Fouled nets eyed in Cooke probe

Food value of small fish promoted

Astoria spill response continues

 

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Unalaska octopus plant

Unalaska's Planning Commission has permitted construction of a new octopus processing plant over the objections of Trident Seafoods.

Pebble reversal's fallout

Seafood's carbon footprint

AK fish protection's dual paths

Return of CA drought feared

Opinion: Crabbers should get backup

 

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Cooke faulted for 'disaster'

A Washington state report finds that Cooke Aquaculture 'misled'
regulators and under-reported the scale of last summer's mass
escape of farmed salmon.

New waters for SE crabbers

Cold Bay medevac

Tanner crab retrospective

CA fishery potential

Opinion: Salmon measure protects fishing culture

 

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Five fishermen rescued

A Coast Guard crew rescued a group of fishermen as their flooded vessel sank off the Washington coast.

Vessel ramming's fallout

CA herring update

Kodiak's Tanner crab season

PFMC's salmon hearings

Columbia River jetty project starts

 

Friday, February 2, 2018

Air patrols eye crabbers

As Dungeness crab fishing ramps up off the Oregon and Washington coasts, Coast Guard air patrols are watching from above.

Shielding fisheries funding

Fishermen seek memorial

Alaska Fisheries Report

Young fishermen's program

B.C. wharf demolition starts