Monday, October 17, 2016

Disappointing year

The 2016 salmon season was one to forget in the
Prince William Sound region.

Kodiak legislative candidates share ideas, salmon logos

Fish and Game to conduct Chatham Strait sablefish survey

State Department responds to Alaska concerns on B.C. mining

Opinion: A great opportunity in Soldotna

Opinion: U.S. retreats on fish conservation


Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Enforcement highlights

Federal authorities summarize some interesting cases
in Alaska and elsewhere.

WikiLeaks, Clinton, and fish processing in Alaska

ASMI marketing update

North Pacific Council October newsletter

More Elwha fish find way to dam-free upper watershed

Wider World: Fish farming in Brooklyn


Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Tired of waiting

A mining watchdog has launched a court action over the Mount Polley spill, alleging violations of Canada's Fisheries Act.

Petersburg moves forward with harbor dredging study

Workshop set on long-term challenges to Alaska salmon

Feds step up efforts to protect Puget Sound ecosystem

Cargill inaugurates salmon health center in Chile

The secret life of krill


Thursday, October 20, 2016

Appealing to policymakers

The Bering Sea bairdi crab closure was among issues raised at an Alaska Board of Fisheries meeting.

ASMI's All Hands board meeting set for Oct. 24-27

Petersburg to consider taking over three state docks

Inside a B.C. salmon farm

Interior secretary urges approval for Klamath dams removal

Opinion: St. George subsistence lifestyle is in jeopardy


Friday, October 21, 2016

Board wraps up

The Alaska Board of Fisheries considers Kenai River boats and the Bering Sea bairdi crab closure as its work session in Soldotna concludes.

Coast Guard tows disabled fishing vessel to Dutch Harbor

Kodiak region bairdi crab fisheries to remain closed

'Alaska Fisheries Report' from KMXT in Kodiak

Sitka industrial board chooses contractor for multipurpose dock

Report: B.C. salmon farmers are advancing