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Culture of corruption should be disclosed

...trickle-down effects of the corruption are apparent when you see state Fish and Game employee Sue Aspelund and ex-biologist Mac Minard defending the unethical actions of KRSA. The content of Minard's editorial in the Oct. 9 Clarion is not surprising...

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Efforts benefit all river users: Good work can't be overshadowed by political gamesmanship

...benefits all users of this fisheries resource. Those who look behind the politics don't have to go very far to see that. Mac Minard is a retired biologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game who currently works as a biologist for Kenai River...

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Lack of hot water could create hatchery dilemma for state

...you consider the deteriorating equipment, the water sources, the problems with heat and pathology concerns,'' said Mac Minard, regional supervisor for the Division of Sport Fish in Fairbanks. ''We have two facilities that have outlived their...

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Gulkana River's popularity prompts new attention from government regulators

...counter in a tower on the riverbank to see them. A fish-counting tower is a cheaper alternative than a weir, said Mac Minard, regional management supervisor for the Division of Sport Fish in Fairbanks. The ultimate goal is to establish a...

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