Tuesday, March 3, 2020

March 3, 2020

Alaska/Pacific Coast
What's up with the Wild Alaska Pollock Week?
SeattlePI by Christina Ausley - February 28, 2020
Seattle is getting a wild Alaska pollock week. Keep clicking for more info on Seattle's top spots for a PNW brunch plate.
https://www.seattlepi.com/lifestyle/food/article/seattle-wild-alaska-pollock-week-15093650.php

IPHC preps for annual PWS setline survey
Cordova Times by Margaret Bauman - March 2, 2020
Biologists at the International Pacific Halibut Commission are gearing up for their 2020 setline survey of Pacific halibut, from northern California to the Aleutian Islands, this year to include 1,300 stations, including 40 to 50 for Prince William Sound.
https://www.thecordovatimes.com/2020/03/02/iphc-preps-for-annual-pws-setline-survey/


Environment/Science
Endangered Cook Inlet belugas continue to decline, scientists aren’t sure why
KMXT by Kavitha George - March 1, 2020
Cook Inlet beluga whales are continuing to decline in number, according to a NOAA abundance estimate released last month. From Alaska’s Energy Desk, Kavitha George has the story of how the decline in belugas is both controversial and largely unexplained.
http://kmxt.org/2020/03/endangered-cook-inlet-belugas-continue-to-decline-scientists-arent-sure-why/


FYI’s
Bristol Bay Group Taps Lilani Dunn to Lead Salmon Marketing Program
SeafoodNews.com by Peggy Parker - March 3, 2020
BRISTOL BAY, AK – The Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association (BBRSDA) announced the hiring Lilani Dunn, former head of marketing at Orca Bay Seafoods, as marketing director for the groups core mission of promoting Bristol Bay sockeye.

“Lilani has a built a strong seafood marketing resume, and a reputation as an innovator and leader with a great work ethic,” said Andy Wink, BBRSDA’s executive director. “We’ve long enjoyed working with Lilani as an industry colleague, and we’re excited to bring her on as part of our team.”

Dunn has extensive experience with Alaska seafood, working in marketing and promotions at Orca Bay Seafoods and Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI), where she still serves as vice chair of the Domestica Marketing Committee.

“Having worked in seafood for years, I understand the challenges and nuances of our industry, and I know how to grow a brand and reach new customers,” Dunn said. “I am very excited to represent the Bristol Bay sockeye fishery alongside the talented team of BBRSDA. It’s an excellent product with an amazing story and I can’t wait to help tell the world about it.”

Dunn joined Orca Bay Seafoods in 2015 and was part of the team that boosted the brand to be named among the top 20 seafood brands in 2016. Her roles there included leading Orca Bay’s foodservice, retail, and direct sales marketing efforts as well as the firm’s public relations and philanthropic efforts.

Prior to Orca Bay, Dunn worked for the retail and foodservice marketing programs at ASMI. Dunn also currently sits on the board of the Northwest Fisheries Association.

Dunn will serve in her new role from Seattle, where she lives with her husband and child.

The Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association is a fishermen-funded group with a mission to increase the value of the Bristol Bay fishery through education, quality outreach, and marketing.
https://www.seafoodnews.com/Story/1165435/Bristol-Bay-Group-Taps-Lilani-Dunn-to-Lead-Salmon-Marketing-Program

 

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