Monday, November 23, 2015

More Dungeness delays

Oregon and Washington have joined California in postponing the start of their commercial crab seasons due to domoic acid.

Rising water stirs fears of another Mount Polley disaster

Halibut commission posts regulatory proposals

Alaska high court dismisses case involving ex-state senator

Mat-Su symposium seeks salmon solutions

‘Alaska Fisheries Report’ from KMXT in Kodiak

Skipjack tuna, other warm water fish turn up in Alaska

‘Deadliest Catch’ producers eye Newport crab fleet

Legal Sea Foods boss says no to genetically modified salmon

Biodegradable plastics not breaking down at sea, UN report says

Opinion: Unified effort in Congress protects Alaska industry


Tuesday, November 24, 2015

‘I am furious’

Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski announced steps to fight the FDA’s approval of genetically engineered salmon.

Costco won’t sell GE salmon ‘at this time’

Pebble mine project could be downsized, CEO says

Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission appointees confirmed

Say goodbye to bycatch

Editorial: A salmon horror story


Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Bering Sea pollock outlook

Prospects appear good for another strong harvest quota
in 2016.

Tulsequah mine cleanup won’t include treatment plant restart

Long-awaited Chignik dock project out to bid

Dungeness season closes Nov. 30 for most of SE Alaska

Juneau author wins book award for ‘Bristol Bay Summer’

Editorial: Delayed crab season carries environmental message

Editorial: Genetically engineered fish need labels