One man died last week after falling overboard while fishing in Cook Inlet near Homer,…
Andy Wink, a well-known Alaska seafood economist, will be joining the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood…
This year’s pricing trend flies in the face of market dynamics of years past, when diminished supplies translated to higher prices all the way through the distribution chain.
The Stand for Salmon initiative that aims to update habitat protections for the first time since statehood could go before voters in November. But the measure has little support from the gubernatorial candidates.
Two Alaska biologists are testing the waters for a hagfish fishery with longliner in Southeast who were given a special permit to catch 60,000 pounds of hagfish for their studies.
With abysmal harvest records during the first weeks of the Copper River sockeye salmon season, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game made the decision to shutter Thursday’s 12-hour opening.
There is no backlog from last season in cold storages, a lower harvest forecast is boosting demand, prices for competing farmed salmon have remained high all year and a devalued U.S. dollar makes Alaska salmon more appealing to foreign customers.
Canada’s First Quantum Minerals became the fourth mining company to abandon the Pebble Mine project…
Alaska’s salmon season got off to a slow and drizzly start on May 17 at the first opener at the Copper River, pushing prices to record highs.
Razor clams from Alaska are a rare delicacy and are snapped up by restaurants on the west coast and Canada.