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Friday, January 29, 2021

Environment/Science Biden's "30 by 30" order could close-off 30 percent of US ocean to fishing Seafood Source by Chris Chase - January 27, 2021 The administration of U.S. President Joe Biden announced on 27 January that the president plans to sign an executive order that commits to a “30 by 30” goal first envisioned in the Ocean-Based Climate Solutions Act that was introduced to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2020. https://www.seafoodsource.com/news/environment-sustainability/biden-s-planned-30-by-30-order-draws-widespread-opposition-from-commercial-fishing Alaskan Fishermen Encouraged By Climate Change Executive Order Cautious optimism as Federal Government gets serious about the looming threat Alaska Native News by Tyson Fick, Salmon State - January 27, 2021 Juneau, AK – Alaskan fishermen expressed a combination of relief and optimism as the Biden Administration released its federal plan to address climate change. Having long been aware of the need to address a rapidly changing climate. Climate change is among Alaskan fishermen’s top concerns according to a 2020 survey of more than 750 fishermen. https://alaska-native-news.com/alaskan-fishermen-encouraged-by-climate-change-executive-order/53638/ FYI’s Bristol Bay Fishermen Offer New Cooking Website Fishermen's News - January 27, 2021 Bristol Bay fishermen have launched a new online Salmon Cooking Guide to teach thousands of people now cooking at home during the COVID-19 pandemic easy steps for preparing salmon entrees, plus tasty recipes with easy to find ingredients. The website, https://cooking.bristolbaysockeye.org, includes cooking demonstrations, expert tips and ore from leading culinary experts, including YouTube star Adam Ragusea, renowned Seattle Chef Tom Douglas, Alaska-based culinary influencers Maya Wilson and Kaylah Thomas, Bristol Bay salmon experts Susie Brito and Apay’uq Moore, award-winning Texas barbecue pitmaster Jess Pryles, and more. http://fnonlinenews.blogspot.com/2021/01/bristol-bay-fishermen-offer-new-cooking.html

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