Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Tag: fisheries

Cordova ranks again among top 20 fishing ports 

Commercial seafood deliveries to Cordova continue to rank its port among the top 20 in the nation, as documented in the latest Fisheries Economics...

This year’s salmon forecast includes 154.9M pinks, 51.9M sockeyes 

State fisheries biologists are forecasting a Copper River District run of 1.3 million sockeyes and 202,000 coho salmon this summer, with the sockeye forecast...

New analysis of high seas salmon surveys compiles decades of data 

A new analysis integrating international salmon studies from the North Pacific Ocean, that date back to the 1950s, is giving fisheries researchers new insight...

Cordova farmers will collaborate on UAF climate change project 

Three sea farmers in Cordova will collaborate with University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) researchers investigating climate change effects on culturally and commercially important marine...

Peter Pan Seafoods halts operations at processing plants 

Officials at Peter Pan Seafoods in Anchorage have reached an agreement with Silver Bay Seafoods to operate Peter Pan’s facilities in Port Moller and...

Federal fisheries regulators still in early stages of wrestling with salmon...

Federal fisheries regulators tasked with mediating conflicts over salmon bycatch in the groundfish fisheries between trawlers and commercial and subsistence salmon harvesters have updated...

Processing plant sales may impact seafood processing jobs 

Seafood processing plants put up for sale by companies trying to stay financially afloat amidst challenging global markets are expected to have an impact...

OBI wants out of setnet purchases of Alitak district salmon 

OBI Seafoods has told set netters in the Alitak District they will not be buying their fish where they are harvested on the south...

Federal courts face another Groundhog Day in the Pebble mine saga 

It’s Groundhog Day all over again in the federal court system over the fate of a proposed copper, gold and molybdenum mine in an...

Baywide inshore run forecast is 37.9M sockeye salmon 

State fisheries biologists are forecasting a run of 37.9 million fish coming into Bristol Bay this summer, with a potential inshore surplus of 25...