A group of Bristol Bay fishermen has filed suit to stop the region’s seafood marketing group from spending funds that they say are aimed at fighting the development of Pebble Mine.
The Alaska hatchery program is here to serve the public, our environment, and ensure sustainable salmon runs for generations. That’s something for which we can all be proud.
Nobody was fooling at the Alaska State House Resources Committee hearing on Monday, April 1, to address concerns about the proposed plan for Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay.
Alaska’s coastal communities are not impressed by Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s plan to pull millions of dollars in fish taxes from remote coastal towns.
Thirty years after the Exxon Valdez ran aground in Alaska’s Prince William Sound, the region…
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is hosting public hearings on the environmental review for…
The seafood industry is the lifeblood of many of Alaska’s communities. The industry is the…
Fishermen of all kinds need to unite to fight for fisheries.
The U.S. Coast Guard Marine Board of Investigation released a report and Final Action Memo on the February 2017 sinking of the 98-foot crabber Destination and the deaths of six crew members.
After 30 years with the At-sea Processors Association, Jim Gilmore, its director of public affairs, has announced that he will retire on June 30.
Alaska’s Bristol Bay salmon fishermen are once again rallying the troops to help check a juggernaut that threatens the world’s single-most productive salmon fishery.