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The Strengthening Fishing Communities and Increasing Flexibility in Fisheries Management Act was among fisheries legislation championed by the late Alaska Rep. Don Young.
Fisheries advocate, ‘dean’ of Congress Don Young dies coming home to Alaska
The Solomon Gulch Hatchery is owned by the Valdez Fisheries Development Association, and was completed in 1983 with a mission is to ensure sufficient numbers of wild salmon for both sport and commercial fisheries in and around Valdez, Alaska. Valdez Convention & Visitors Bureau photo
Ranked by region: Hatcheries produced a third of Alaska’s salmon catch in 2021
A Coast Guard rescue swimmer lowers to the processing vessel America's Finest to evacuate a crewman 92 miles northwest of Dutch Harbor, Alaska, March 17, 2022. Coast Guard video image.
Coast Guard aircrew evacuates injured crewman 92 miles to Dutch Harbor
Gear design and lights are effective tools to prevent bycatch. NOAA photo.
Alaska’s bycatch task force meets again, launches public archive
Gabriel Prout (left) and deck mates relax in Helly Hansen Storm gear on top of some crab.
Storm ready: Helly Hansen’s Storm line passes the Bering Sea test
Boston Highlights: What to see at SENA
Northline Seafoods launched its barge to revolutionize salmon processing in Alaska’s Bristol Bay. A strong storm and snapped anchor lines put a snag in that plan. Kai Raymond photo.
Report on beached fish barge that caused $4.5 million in damages
Seafood provides more jobs in Alaska than any other private sector, with more than 60,000 workers employed in the industry. ASMI photo
Northern Lights: Moving beyond 2020
The Volvo Penta D4 hybrid installation for Hurtigruten Svalbard. Volvo Penta photo
Hybrid future? Volvo Penta diesel looks forward
After five seasons of extensive and costly restoration that improved performance and safety, the Alaska Spirit heads north in January 2022, ready to bring in a return on the O’Hara Corp.’s investment. O’Hara Corp. photo
Feeling the Alaska Spirit
Keith Singleton of Alaskan Leader (middle) accepts the Bristol Bay Choice Award from Lilani Dunn and Michael "MJ" Jackson of the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association.
Seaweed, salmon and sablefish win big in Alaska seafood competition
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