Margaret Bauman

Margaret Bauman
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Margaret Bauman is a veteran Alaska journalist focused on covering fisheries and environmental issues. Bauman has been writing for The Cordova Times since 2010. You can reach her at [email protected].

Labor economist: Women are potential source to meet construction industry needs 

Construction jobs in Alaska hit an eight-year peak in 2023 and the growing need for those workers in 2024, in a tight labor market,...

Comment extension deadline requested on GOA Chinook salmon litigation

State fisheries officials have asked National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) to extend the deadline for comments on a petition from a Seattle-based environmental group...

Copper River fisheries catch nears 267,000 fish 

Copper River commercial fishery harvests climbed to some 266,475 fish through the fourth 12-hour opener on May 30, with the Alaska Department of Fish...

Chamber’s six-year effort brings cruise ship to Cordova

An extended effort by the Cordova Chamber of Commerce to boost cruise tourism got off to a smooth start last Monday, with visitors from...

NOAA study begins of whether Chinook salmon need ESA protections 

A federal study is underway to determine if Endangered Species Act protections are warranted for Gulf of Alaska Chinook salmon. Such protection for the...

Copper River commercial sockeye harvest surges, prices drop 

An abundance of fresh caught Copper River sockeye salmon showed up in retail markets in advance of the Memorial Day weekend holiday, and was...

Northline Seafoods barge embarks on maiden trip to Bristol Bay 

A new state-of-the-art seafood barge is enroute to Bristol Bay, with a freezer capacity to hold over one-million pounds of frozen salmon. The vessel...

Upscale cruiser set to stop every Monday in Cordova this summer 

A new twist in tourism is coming to Cordova starting on Monday, June 3, with adventurers traveling on the upscale Uncruise Adventures’ Safari Explorer...

Removal of fish passage barriers underway for spawning salmon 

A project to remove culverts in the Cordova area posing a barrier to migrating coho salmon will be underway this spring and summer, with...

Copper River salmon aficionados hail arrival of first fish 

In Cordova the first 12-hour opener of the Copper River commercial salmon fishery, with 376 deliveries, yielded a catch of nearly 43,000 sockeye salmon,...
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