Saturday, July 20, 2024

Tag: alaska

It’s not too late to get reading this summer

You can still get involved in Summer Reading @Your Library. Children can read on their own or with families and we have incentives for...

Governor calls a special legislative session

Legislators will be back in Juneau for another special session starting July 11, to wrestle anew with key proposals aimed at working the state...

Fisheries Achievement Award recipient Rhey Velasco honored by Prince William...

Rhey Velasco was honored June 18 by the Prince William Sound Science Center as their 2016 Fisheries Achievement Award recipient for more than three...

Just another Thursday night for Cordova’s finest

It looked seriously official and seemed quite alarming, if only for a short while on the night of May 26, as the Cordova Volunteer...

Forecast is for early run of Yukon Delta kings

A preliminary outlook for Yukon Chinook salmon timing released in May by the Alaska Ocean Observing System advises being prepared for an early run...

Canadian firm steps up environmental stewardship

Ocean Brands, a Vancouver, British Columbia seafood company, said in a statement released on May 20 that it will overhaul canned tuna and salmon...

Canada approved AquAdvantage Salmon for commercial sale

Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency have approved AquAdvantage Salmon, a genetically modified product, as safe and nutritious for humans and livestock...

Guest Commentary: Demand 100 percent observer coverage

  June 6th to the 14th, Kodiak will host a meeting of the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council.  It is an important meeting, the potential...

Copper River harvest reaches 78,600 reds, 3,100 kings

In the first two periods of the 2016 Copper River fisheries, the commercial fleet harvested 78,600 sockeye salmon and 3,100 kings. A third opener began...