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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

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Lucrative SE red king crab fishery remains closed KFSK by Joe Viechnicki - September 21, 2020 Southeast Alaska won’t have a commercial fishery for red king crab again this fall. That fishery has only opened six years out of the last two decades, because of low population estimates. It last opened in 2017. The catch that year was over 120,000 pounds worth around 1.3 million dollars at the docks. https://www.kfsk.org/2020/09/21/lucrative-se-red-king-crab-fishery-remains-closed/ National National Fisheries Institute Statement on FDA Food Traceability Proposed Rule Perishable News by National Fisheries Institute Seafood - September 22, 2020 WASHINGTON, DC — The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released its proposed rule for traceability and recordkeeping, along with a draft “Food Traceability List” that catalogues which products would be subject to the requirements. https://www.perishablenews.com/seafood/national-fisheries-institute-statement-on-fda-food-traceability-proposed-rule/ Environment/Science Warming conditions are making northern Bering Sea more friendly for pink salmon The fish are among several boreal species moving into Arctic habitats. Arctic Today by Yereth Rosen - September 21, 2020 Pink salmon, the most plentiful and cheapest of Alaska’s five salmon species, are finding more hospitable habitat in the warming northern Bering Sea, a new study finds. https://www.arctictoday.com/warming-conditions-are-making-northern-bering-sea-more-friendly-for-pink-salmon/ NOAA Fisheries Releases Report on Information Management Modernization NOAA Fisheries - September 17, 2020 Strategies identified in the report will help agency adopt breakthrough science and technology applications to improve the management of our ocean resources. https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/leadership-message/noaa-fisheries-releases-report-information-management-modernization FYI’s Alaska Symphony of Seafood Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation - September 21, 2020 The Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation Announces Postponement of November 2020 Symphony of Seafood Event and Rescheduling for Spring of 2021 https://www.afdf.org/projects/current-projects/symphony-of-seafood/

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