Tag: ComFish

NOAA researcher: Goal is to offer seafood harvesters more resilience to...

Social scientist Marysia Szymkowiak’s research focus with Gulf of Alaska seafood harvesters is a lot of talk: telephone interviews and virtual workshops to learn how they feel their coastal communities can best adapt to climate change.

Plan to grab fish taxes doesn’t impress Senate committee

None of the members of the Senate Community and Regional Affairs committee live near the sea, but at a recent hearing they were not...

A legislative update from Rep. Stutes

Among the presenters at ComFish Alaska 2019 in Kodiak on Thursday, March 29, was Rep. Louise Stutes, R-Kodiak, who provided an update on pink...

ComFish Alaska marks its 40th year

Alaska’s seafood industry is gathered in Kodiak March 27-30, for the 40th year running, to talk all things fish, from state and federal legislation...

Local Fish Fund offers options to young fishermen

A new lender is offering loans to young Alaska fishermen who want to buy into the halibut and sablefish fisheries, and repayment is based...

ComFish 2017: From fish politics to EM

From fish politics to new products to an update on electronic monitoring in commercial fisheries, ComFish Alaska 2017 brought together an eclectic group of...

Fish Factor: Big humpy catch could boost salmon harvest

Alaska salmon fishermen could haul in a harvest that nearly doubles last year’s catch, due to a projected uptick in the number of pinks.An...

ASMI upbeat despite seafood industry challenge

In the face of unpredictable harvests and unfavorable currency rates, wild Alaska seafood is still the best in the world and opportunities to market...
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