Imagine a king crab, living the good life. He’s minding his own business, happily scavenging the bottom of the ocean for food with his fellow crabs, when all of a sudden he’s attacked and infected. The infection eventually castrates him and takes over his body.Read More
It became clear that the largest stumbling block is how much and how quickly to scale back tax credits for the oil and gas industry.Read More
The third time was the charm for Gov. Bill Walker’s attempts to fill seats on Alaska’s Board of Fisheries.
A joint session of the House … more
If Emmonak is granted or loaned the requested $750,000, Moore said the city will rebuild critical infrastructure before the upcoming fishing season.Read More
Just 22 commercial permit holders sold crab this year. That’s down from last season when 44 crabbers harvested nearly 100,000 pounds, shattering every record in the 35-year history of the fishery.Read More
Alaska shellfish farmers hope a new state mariculture initiative will help boost their businesses. But they warn it’s not an easy industry to expand.Read More