June 22, 2016

National Long outlawed, salmon ranching might make a comeback The Kitsap Sun by Tristan Baurick – June 21, 2016 OLYMPIA — A long-prohibited method of salmon farming is gaining support among state fisheries managers. http://www.kitsapsun.com/news/local/long-outlawed-could-salmon-ranching-make-a-comeback-35d08362-88ce-37a9-e053-0100007fc778-383881381.html CIA instructors discuss teaching the

June 21, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast Cooke Seafood Purchases Icicle Seafoods The Fish Site – June 20, 2016 CANADA – Cooke Seafood has now purchased Icicle Seafoods, Inc. This deal enhances the Cooke family’s investments in both the wild fishery and the aquaculture sectors,

June 20, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast State recommends against dueling Nushagak annexation efforts Bristol Bay Times by Molly Dischner – June 18, 2016 Years-in-the-making requests from two Bristol Bay towns to annex Nushagak fishing grounds to collect more revenue from the fishery may have

June 17, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast After 10-year crab review, council seeks social impact information Alaska Journal of Commerce by DJ Summers – June 15, 2016 KODIAK — Statistics help explain economics, but fisheries managers want to find a way to put number to

June 16, 2016

Alaska/Pacific Coast North Pacific Fishery Management Council Sets Intentions Towards New Entrants KMXT by Kayla Desroches – June 14, 2016 When it comes to trawl bycatch management in the Gulf of Alaska, many members of the fishing industry are concerned