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Greg Bowen is remembered as an adopted tribal member, basketball player, father and friend.
Pushing to expand mariculture in Alaska (Part 1): A day in the life of a Juneau oyster farming family
Salty Lady Seafood is working through the winter this year
Alaska fish-harvesting employment declined in 2022, a continuing yearslong slide caused by a variety of factors, according to an analysis by the state Department of… Continue reading
Amid catastrophic shortfalls in salmon harvests in some of Alaska’s rural, Indigenous communities, advocates have pleaded for a crackdown on unintentional catch of those same… Continue reading
In the short term, Alaska crab fishers and the communities that depend on them will get a slight reprieve from the disastrous conditions they have… Continue reading
Divers seeing much better prices than last year to start
King goals expected to be met in six of 11 index locations
Catch allowed after two canceled seasons; snow crab fishery to remain closed for second year.
KODIAK — Lane Bolich first came to work in Alaska for the freedom and excitement that comes with being a fisher. A self-described adrenaline junkie,… Continue reading
Author Tele Aadsen signing book of essays at Hearthside downtown
Jurisdictional battle with feds could have long-ranging implications
News comes atop plummeting prices for chum and pink salmon for professional fishers
New appointee is one of two who oversees commercial fishing commission with about 20 employees.
77th annual charitable competition nets more fish than last year
Ninth U.S. Court of Appeals reverses lower court ruling, allows season to begin July 1.
Juneau fisherman says he’s concerned about his livelihood and future of the fishery.
Often it’s the thinking that supplies the proper amount of weight and gratitude.
City takes step toward opposing lawsuit threatening closure of Southeast Alaska king salmon trolling
CBJ follows other Southeast Alaska cities which cite negative economic impacts
“There are no bright spots.”
Off to a very slow start.