Monday, November 24, 2014

Fishermen's Finest to build advanced trawler

The Kirkland, Washington, company says the trawler will be "the first carbon-neutral fishing vessel in the world and will fully utilize every fish caught."


Sitka herring forecast lowest in a decade

Study: World's most acidic water in Bering Sea

NOAA establishes new panel on ocean exploration

Marine debris presents deadly threat to B.C. sea lions

Can a stream cleanse itself of mining contaminants?

Newport Fishermen's Wives to file federal lawsuit

Innovative abalone spawning technique to aid restoration

California's Ten Mile River undergoes restoration transformation

Opinion: How Alaska bucked the trend of salmon loss – but that's in jeopardy


Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Bristol Bay group releases sockeye market analysis

The Russian embargo will leave a large volume of Norwegian salmon without its traditional market, and will close a major market for Alaska salmon roe.


Judge temporarily halts EPA's 404(c) process on Pebble Mine

Governor-elect Walker interviews for cabinet positions

Fishery players on Walker transition team

NMFS to implement Steller protections for Aleutian fisheries

Alaska spared in West Coast port slowdown

Endangered Idaho sockeye regaining fitness advantage

New research tool tracks changes in ocean acidification


Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Alaska red king crab prices dip

Illegal fishing and overharvest in Russia remains a big concern.

Another former Westward Seafoods employee sentenced

Commercial smokehouse planned in Prince Rupert

Oregon fishermen's wives sue to save Newport rescue station

What determines the color of fish flesh?

Opinion: People of Bristol Bay give thanks


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