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Thursday, April 30, 2020


With pandemic procedures in place, Copper River ready to open Alaska Journal of Commerce by Elizabeth Earl - April 29, 2020 With about two weeks until the Copper River salmon season, the industry is pulling together the details of how to execute a safe fishery amid the coronavirus pandemic. Alaska steps up COVID-19 safety measures ahead of summer salmon season Seafood Source by Brian Hagenbuch - April 29, 2020 Governor Mike Dunleavy’s administration released an extensive new health mandate laying out the latest guidelines for Alaska’s upcoming fishing seasons last week, amidst concerns of the spread of COVID-19 in rural areas of the state. Alaska Air converting passenger jets to hold cargo only Seafood Source by Ben Fisher - April 29, 2020 Alaska Air Cargo plans to begin flying Alaska passenger jets as domestic cargo-only flights, which will carry only essential goods including seafood, mail, and medical equipment, according to the company. FYI’s Pandemic Prompts Boost in SeaShare Donations Fishermen's News - April 29, 2020 SeaShare’s effort to provide high quality portions of seafood to food banks nationwide has moved into high gear in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic, which has left millions of Americans unemployed and struggling to put food on their tables.

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