Alaska/Pacific Coast

Seafood leadership training strengthens industry
Alaska Sea Grant by Sue Keller – April 23, 2018
Seafood leadership trainees at the International Seafood Expo in Boston.
Learning to lead effectively is key for employees who want to advance in their companies. Alaska Sea Grant has trained nearly 100 mid-level managers over the past 10 years at the Alaska Seafood Processing Leadership Institute to ensure the industry grows and remains strong.
https://alaskaseagrant.org/2018/04/23/seafood-leadership-training-strengthens-industry/

Federal Register

North Pacific Fishery Management Council; Public Meeting
A Notice by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on 04/24/2018
The North Pacific Fishery Management Council (Council) Social Science Planning Team will meet May 8, 2018 through May 9, 2018.
https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2018/04/24/2018-08497/north-pacific-fishery-management-council-public-meeting

FYI’s

Harbor Cleanup Day sees support from local children
Bags of trash removed from harbor
Cordova Times by Emily Mesner – April 20, 2018
Glass bottles, tarps, plastic buoys, paper and other trash littering Cordova’s harbor are gone, thanks to groups of volunteers who turned out on Saturday, April 14 for Harbor Cleanup Day.
https://www.thecordovatimes.com/2018/04/20/harbor-cleanup-day-sees-support-from-local-children/

This Earth Day, Change the Way You Eat from the Ocean
Vogue by Michaela Bechler – April 21, 2018
Los Angelenos have it pretty great with all of their sunshine and sustainably sourced seafood. For residents of the coastal city, eating local fish has become a way of life. Companies such as Trashfish have found success in helping Southern Californians form smarter seafood habits with their accessible recipes, while Sweetfin Poké, led by Chef Dakota Weiss, was founded around a commitment to making sustainable fish accessible; they regularly adapt their offerings to reflect the changing seascape. But what about the rest of us?
https://www.vogue.com/article/earth-day-sustainable-seafood-sweetfin-poke-trashfish


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April 24, 2018