The Kenai River Sportfishing Association has used elements of a recently released study about food security on the Kenai Peninsula to assert that commercial fishing should be curtailed in favor of sport and personal-use fishing.
Not so fast, according to the one of the authors of the study, Philip Loring.
In a post on its website titled "Food security — how Alaska's sport, personal use and subsistence fisheries put essential food on the table for Alaskan families," KRSA states that the study "highlights the fundamental importance for the well-being and health of Alaskan households to have public access to locally harvested seafood through participation in, either by fishing or sharing, the state's non-commercial fisheries."
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