Tag: processors

Commercial fishermen are picking up the tab

Commercial fishermen pick up the tab for just about anyone who catches a salmon in Alaska that started its life in a hatchery.That was...

Comment sought on observer program insurance requirements

National Marine Fisheries Service is seeking public comment through Sept. 14 to support an initiative to reform and streamline observer program insurance requirements.Goals of...

Working out details on salmon disaster funds

Dear Friends and Neighbors,I wanted to provide you with a short update regarding the 2016 pink salmon disaster relief funding distribution.It was recently announced...

Herring jobs attract lots of workers

Business was brisk at the Alaska Department of Labor’s Anchorage Midtown Job Center as recruiters from North Pacific Seafoods interviewed sought to hire workers...

Processors prepare for big harvest in Bristol Bay

Results of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s 2018 Bristol Bay sockeye salmon processing capacity survey indicate that major processors are ready for...

Seafood science issues highlight upcoming gatherings

Harvesters, processors, research biologists and technologists engaged in boosting Alaska’s commercial fisheries industry have a busy meeting schedule from January through the start of...

MCA promotes principles of sustainability

A new interactive website created by the Marine Conservation Alliance offers a comprehensive overview, from its perspective, on federal fisheries management in waters off...

CDQ executive warns of threat to rural Alaska

Climate change, the state’s fiscal crisis and the relevance of rural communities to the rest of the country spell big trouble for rural Alaska...

18.3 million salmon delivered to processors statewide

Wild Alaska salmon catches climbed to 18.3 million statewide by Independence Day, with the biggest increase coming in Bristol Bay, where harvesters were still...
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