Politics

Southeast lawmakers agree on protecting funding for fisheries
KHNS by Berett Wilber – January 31, 2018
The Alaska Legislature gaveled in two weeks ago. Legislators are facing a three billion dollar budget deficit for the fourth year in a row.
https://khns.org/southeast-lawmakers-agree-on-protecting-funding-for-fisheries

Environment/Science

Network seeks to bring together data on harmful algal blooms
Peninsula Clarion by Elizabeth Earl – February 5, 2018
A group of scientists is coming together to share information related to harmful algal blooms in Alaska.
http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/local/state/2018-02-05/network-seeks-bring-together-data-harmful-algal-blooms

 

Labeling and Marketing

Frozen Fresh Alaska Seafood is Making Waves with Top Quality and Sustainability Practices
Foodable Network Vanessa Rodriguez – January 16, 2018
Alaska frozen fresh seafood maximizes sustainability, availability, and flavor of fish and shellfish supply.
https://www.foodabletv.com/blog/2018/1/16/frozen-fresh-alaska-seafood-is-making-waves-with-top-quality-and-sustainability-practices

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February 6, 2018