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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Alaska/Pacific Coast

Strong chum forecast complicated by restrictions on commercial fishing KHNS by Henry Leasia - May 23, 2019 Out on the docks, Haines fishermen are getting ready for the upcoming season. Some boats are getting new paint, if they’re lucky maybe a new engine or reel. Haines gillnetter Steve Fossman is sorting out a few odds and ends on his boat. Unalaska firm counts salmon, maps city, at discount rate Dutch Harbor Fisherman by Jim Paulin - May 24, 2019 The aerial drone survey of salmon living near the local road system is now a three-way project. In the first season last year, the Unalaska Native Fisherman's Association paid for everything. Pink salmon disaster relief funding inches closer to the pockets of fishermen Kodiak Daily Mirror by Alistair Gardiner - May 24, 2019 KODIAK — A representative from U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski’s office told the Kodiak Fisheries Work Group on Wednesday that pink salmon disaster relief funding is inching closer to the pockets of fishermen and processors. Ann Robinson provided KFWG with an update on the status of the pink salmon disaster relief funding, saying that the funds are just around the corner –– but that compensation for losses incurred by the community-at-large is being negotiated. Allied Wild Alaska Pollock Associations Brief Staff, NGOs on Capitol Hill Perishable News by Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers Seafood - May 24, 2019 WASHINGTON, D.C.—Yesterday, leading representatives from the Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers (GAPP), NOAA Fisheries, At-Sea Processors Association and Marine Stewardship Council gathered for a briefing hosted by the Oceans Caucus Foundation (OCF) meant to highlight successful partnerships that are good for both business and America’s domestic natural resources. The briefing, held in the Russell Senate Building, was attended by Congressional staff and NGO representatives connected to the seafood industry. Environment/Science Essential Fish Habitat Consultation Protects Crab and Salmon from Mining Operations in Alaska NOAA Fisheries - May 22, 2019 New protection measures for crab and salmon will restrict timing, depth, and locations of mining operations in Norton Sound, Alaska. Labeling and Marketing 3MMI - 2019 Russia Pacific Salmon Forecast TradexFoods - May 27, 2019 Russia's 2019 Pacific Salmon fishing season is set to start June 1st and expectations are for a very big year. Pink Salmon is the main species harvested during the season with catch expectations to hit 293,000MT - this is 63.5% of the total recommendation. For Chum Salmon, Russian boats are telling us pricing would be $1000 less than last season per metric ton... FYI’s It's Time to Be Honest about Seafood If we want to eat sustainably, aquaculture has to be part of the conversation Scientific American by Halley E. Froehlich - May 27, 2019 Demand for seafood is increasing across the globe, and the United States is no exception. Aquaculture, or aquatic farming, is increasingly meeting this demand and now supplies just over 50 percent of all seafood globally. In fact, it has been one of the world’s fastest growing food sectors for years.

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