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Sustainable energy conference set for May 24-26

An energy conference with a focus on making Alaska energy independent, is set for May 24-26, has been scheduled for the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage by Gov. Mike Dunleavy.

ASLC publishes beluga rehabilitation report

Researchers at the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward have published their experiences in the care of two beluga calves in the journal Polar Research, a report that includes the successful rehabilitation of a young whale named Tyonek.

New management measures for salmon fishing in Cook Inlet EEZ considered

A Joint Protocol Committee with representatives of the Alaska Board of Fisheries and North Pacific Fishery Management Council will meet virtually Thursday, Nov. 5, to discuss alternatives for management of salmon fisheries in the Exclusive Economic Zone of Cook Inlet.

Dunleavy slaps gag order on ADF&G

Alaska’s new slogan is “open for business” but good luck trying to find out any budget details when it comes to the business of...

Rabung named director of commercial fisheries

Alaska Commissioner of Fish and Game Doug Vincent-Lang has appointed Sam Rabung as director of commercial fisheries, and Dave Rutz to serve as director...

Aftershocks of 7.0 quake rattle Southcentral Alaska

A 7.0 earthquake centered in Anchorage rattled much of Southcentral Alaska on Nov. 30 and aftershocks, some of considerable strength, continued to rattle the...

2018 salmon season among highest in value

Alaska’s 2018 commercial salmon harvest, excluding 2016, was the smallest in 34 years, but the seventh most valuable since 1975, earning harvesters $595.6 million.That’s...

AVTEC to upgrade bridge ship simulator

A $95,000 donation from Marathon Petroleum will be used by the Alaska Vocational Technical Center to upgrade the bridge simulator hardware and software used...

Fish Factor: Salmon permit values remain stagnant

Values for Alaska salmon permits have remained stagnant all year, except for two regions, and costs for halibut quota shares have plummeted.For salmon permits,...

Fish scientists, managers back Ballot Measure 1

A group of 58 retired state and federal agency scientists, including former U.S Commissioner to the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission Earl Krygier, have...
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