KETCHIKAN (AP) - More than half a dozen fish-centric University of Alaska community campuses around the state are educating an upcoming generation of fisheries technology professionals with the University of Alaska Southeast's fisheries technology program.Barbara Morgan, the program's student support and community outreach coordinator for the Ketchikan campus, recently hosted an informational meeting for prospective students.
As you're out shopping this holiday season, someone wielding a clipboard might approach you and ask if you want to save king salmon. Don't be fooled.
Loons calling through the morning mist ? the cry of an eagle perched overhead? rainbow trout leaping from the water, and your children's smiles as they reel one in.
Kenai resident Christine Cunningham was still unable to process the announcement that she was the 2014 winner of the Prois Award hours after receiving the news Monday.
If everything goes as forecast, Upper Cook Cook Inlet fishermen should see a total run of 5.8 million sockeye during the 2015 fishing season. Of those, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game estimates that about 2.
Fishing has always been a favorite pastime of Alaskans, and now, thanks to a former Kenai Peninsula resident, it can be done more safely. Alexandra West, a 2007 Skyview High School graduate who is now an engineer-in-training for PND Engineers Inc.
Scientific research in Kachemak Bay could get more federal funding thanks to its recent designation as a Habitat Focus Area by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
For the first time, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game closed lynx hunting to the public on the Kenai.
Here in Alaska we are free of many pests common to warmer climates, but as with all things in life, change is inevitable.
This past week, the Alaska Public Offices Commission held a hearing to address, among other things, an appeal of a decision involving an Alaska Department of Fish and Game official.
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