A nationally renowned agrarian, Severine Von Tscharner Fleming, is entering the conversation on food security in Alaska. Fleming is making two stops on the Kenai Peninsula during a 9-day speaking tour around the state, starting at 7 p.m.
The breakout year for Salmonfest, formerly known as Salmonstock, was hampered slightly by a nearly 10-hour closure of the Seward Highway, but that didn't keep educational vendors from showing up to spread the word about protecting salmon in Alaska.
...their sector can help to preserve the resource and set a good example of sustainable use. They approached the Alaska Marine Conservation Council and Alaska Sea Grant with the idea of developing and sharing best practices for careful release of halibut...
...Aleutian Islands by 50 percent. Please speak up on this issue, and send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Marissa Wilson is a commercial fisherman from Homer. She serves on the board of the Alaska Marine Conservation Council.
Lower Cook Inlet commercial fishermen will see some changes in the boundaries for certain fisheries next year.
From Sitka to Kodiak, small, independent commercial fishermen are taking an increasingly hands-on role in marketing their own fish. Rhonda Hubbard and her husband Jim of Seward started selling and processing their own fish more than two decades ago.
...observer, the data may not be representative of how much waste is actually occurring. Organizations like the Alaska Marine Conservation Council and concerned small-boat fishermen had hopes that the restructured program would greatly improve our...
...raffle, and was a cool $5,000 richer. Then, it happened again. A week ago, her ticket was drawn in the Alaska Marine Conservation Council raffle, and wham, she was $10,000 wealthier. ''I'm embarrassed,'' said Donaldson. ''I...
Something big is coming up, and I don't mean a halibut. After years of study and foot-dragging, the North Pacific Fishery Management Council (NPFMC) is finally considering reducing the outrageous amount of halibut bycatch in the Gulf of Alaska.
Waste of our Alaskan fishery resources is in the news again as the North Pacific Fishery Management Council approaches its June 6 meeting. A proposal has finally reached the table to reduce bycatch by 15 percent. Bycatch is the allowed death and wastage of halibut from fisheries. I call this a mild reduction but there are two other options that would reduce the kill rate by only 10 percent or even a meager 5 percent.
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