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Thursday, May 27, 2021

Alaska Commercial Salmon Fishery Returning To Kuskokwim Bay Again KYUK by Greg Kim - May 26, 2021 Commercial fishing will return to Kuskokwim Bay this summer for the second year in a row. https://www.kyuk.org/post/commercial-salmon-fishery-returning-kuskokwim-bay-again Kodiak continues to be one of the top fisheries in the US KMXT by Jared Griffin - May 26, 2021 400 million pounds of fish, representing $120 million, traveled through Kodiak’s commercial fishery in 2019. This makes Kodiak the third leading commercial fishery in the United States, and the sixth most valuable. https://kmxt.org/2021/05/kodiak-continues-to-be-one-of-the-top-fisheries-in-the-us/ Dutch Harbor Remains Nation's Top Port In Terms Of Volume For 23rd Year KUCB by Hope McKenney - May 26, 2021 Dutch Harbor has been named the nation's top fishing port in terms of volume of seafood landed for the 23rd consecutive year. And the Aleutians East Borough — which includes Akutan, False Pass, Sand Point and King Cove — rose from third to second place. https://www.kucb.org/post/dutch-harbor-remains-nations-top-port-terms-volume-23rd-year International NOAA Fisheries seeks predictive analytics and dedicated staff for SIMP Seafood Source by Steve Bittenbender - May 25, 2021 NOAA Fisheries has published a report on the implementation of the Seafood Import Monitoring Program (SIMP) and detailed how the initiative to deter illegal and unregulated seafood products from entering the country can be fine-tuned in the years ahead. https://www.seafoodsource.com/news/food-safety-health/noaa-fisheries-seeks-predictive-analytics-and-dedicated-staff-for-simp FYI’s Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global Rescheduled for 26-28 April 2022 Diversified Communications - May 26, 2021 The following was released by Diversified Communications: Keeping our customers’ best interest in mind is our top priority. After evaluation of suppliers and buyers’ concerns around the continued uncertainties caused by the on-going COVID-19 situation worldwide, it became evident that 2021 would still be too soon to host an international event that would provide the global experience the seafood community would find valuable. The 28th edition of Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global will now take place 26-28 April 2022. https://www.savingseafood.org/other-news/seafood-expo-global-seafood-processing-global-rescheduled-for-26-28-april-2022/ Salmonfest Music Festival to Return in August Fishermen's News - May 26, 2021 Salmonfest, the three-day Alaska music festival that supports protection and recovery of healthy salmon habitat is back for 2021, with ticket already available for Aug. 6-8 at the Kenai Peninsula Fairgrounds. http://fnonlinenews.blogspot.com/2021/05/salmonfest-music-festival-to-return-in.html

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