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The U.S. Department of Agriculture will purchase about 50 million pounds of Alaska seafood to use in national food and nutrition-assistance programs, state officials said… Continue reading
A group of Southeast Alaska tribes is asking Canada to recognize their right to have a voice in how transboundary lands and waters are treated.… Continue reading
Climate change, government management, competition from hatchery fish cited as reasons.
More than 200 studies across 40 years reveals impacts of large-scale hatchery programs
Political and industrial leaders praise Biden’s order, citing abusive practices by Russia and China.
NOAA’s 2023 Arctic Report Card highlights challenges posed by rapid climate change in Alaska
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
King goals expected to be met in six of 11 index locations
NMFS seeks input for environmental impact statement in wake of court rulings.
Author Tele Aadsen signing book of essays at Hearthside downtown
News comes atop plummeting prices for chum and pink salmon for professional fishers
24.4-pound king is top catch at 6 p.m. Sunday deadline, more than 3 pounds heavier than runner-up.
They should start targeting the real threat to wild salmon: habitat destruction
Popular charitable competition swims off starting Friday
From the reports I’ve heard about the July 1-14 commercial troll opening, the king salmon for some of the fishermen averaged only 10 to 11… Continue reading
Shoreline Wild Salmon delivery service feted by Good Housekeeping.
Indigenous leaders — including Rep. Peltola, U.S. and Canadian tribes — seek joint oversight of areas
What are we grateful for today? Is it our heritage, our homes, our art, elders, our food?
See the salmon stats here.
This year’s salmon derby seemed to lack numbers, participants according to officials