Alaska Air Cargo’s presentation was one of the highlights of the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute’s All Hands on Deck meeting in Anchorage last week.
The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute kicked off its annual All-Hands meeting with an emphasis on the effects of climate change on the state’s fisheries.
On Monday, Nov. 13, Wild Fish Conservancy filed a citizen lawsuit against Cooke Aquaculture Pacific in response to the discharge of more than 100,000 farmed Atlantic salmon from the company’s Puget Sound operations off Cypress Island, Wash.
The battle cry to save Alaska’s Bristol Bay is hitting a resounding roar yet again as the world’s most prolific salmon fishery faces the renewed threat from Pebble Mine.
Puget Sound was the scene of a protest flotilla on Saturday, Sept. 16, as organizers decried three decades of salmon farming in the region.
The category 4 storm was the strongest to make landfall in Texas in more than 50 years. It left the fishing villages of Rockport and Port Aransas in tatters, with scenes not unlike the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
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Two friends from Hoonah, Alaska, met up Thursday, Aug. 17, in nearby Pelican, a small Southeast port, for some dinner and drinks. Soon after they ordered they learned that their boat was on fire at the docks.
The remote Port Moller, Alaska, Peter Pan Seafoods plant caught fire on Tuesday night, Aug. 15, burned through the night and into Wednesday morning.
More than a century in the making, family-owned Taylor Shellfish Co. has expanded well beyond the state of Washington and shows no signs of slowing.