Alaska Bristol Bay Fisheries Report: July 30, 2021 KDLG by Stephanie Maltarich - July 30, 2021 It's the final Fisheries Report of the 2021 season! In our last episode of this astounding season, we talk about subsistence and community. Thanks for tuning in! https://www.kdlg.org/post/bristol-bay-fisheries-report-july-30-2021#stream/0 Subsistence fishery reopens near Yakutat Cordova Times - July 30, 2021 A Southeast Alaska Chinook salmon fishery closed for five of the last 10 years after failure to meet biological escapement goals has reopened for subsistence harvesters using a rod and reel, with harvest limits specified as permit conditions. https://www.thecordovatimes.com/2021/07/30/subsistence-fishery-reopens-near-yakutat/ Culvert installation closes 2nd year of project Cordova Times by Zachary Snowdon Smith - August 1, 2021 A 75-foot fish-friendly culvert was installed at mile 18 of the Copper River Highway on Friday, July 23. The spacious “box” culvert was the third of three to be installed this year, replacing narrower culverts that are often difficult for fish to pass through. Box culverts like these, which protect road infrastructure during high-water events, are expected to become the norm in the future, said Copper River Watershed Project Executive Director Lisa Docken. https://www.thecordovatimes.com/2021/08/01/culvert-installation-closes-2nd-year-of-project/ National US government makes bid request for nearly 8 million pounds of Alaska pollock Seafood Source by Christine Blank - July 30, 2021 The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s new massive bid request for 7.942 million pounds of frozen Alaska pollock will push the agency’s pollock purchases to near-record levels. https://www.seafoodsource.com/news/supply-trade/us-government-makes-bid-request-for-nearly-8-million-pounds-of-alaska-pollock International US, China and Russia plan Arctic research to regulate fishing International efforts raise hopes for cooperation among three players Nikkei Inc. by Miki Okuyama - August 1, 2021 TOKYO -- The U.S., China, Japan and Russia are among the countries planning to conduct joint research on fishing in the Arctic Ocean in a step toward setting forth international rules, Nikkei has learned. https://asia.nikkei.com/Politics/International-relations/US-China-and-Russia-plan-Arctic-research-to-regulate-fishing Labeling and Marketing Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute Monthly Update Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute - July 2021 Navigating Together, Upcoming Events, Alaska Seafood in the News, New Resources, ASMI Activities, Highlights from the Media Library... https://mailchi.mp/alaskaseafood/july-2021-marketing-update?e=fd023624e1
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