July 2019 was the Bristol Bay region’s hottest month on record, and in some rivers, that heat was lethal.
Alaskans may remember a few years ago, when huge numbers of common murres, a type of northern seabird, were washing up dead onshore.
Many of the fishermen voiced their opposition during a three-hour meeting hosted by the National Marine Fisheries Service in Petersburg.
Poor VHF coverage isn’t a new issue. But this many outages at once is not normal.
Predation by booming killer whales populations are estimated to consume more adult Chinook salmon than taken by fisheries.
Mowi Canada West downplayed threats to wild stocks.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced the target for the 2020 season would be 25,824 tons.
A Department of Environmental Conservation budget proposal could mean some rough years ahead for small shellfish farms in Alaska.
This year is the first that the plant, now owned by Trident Seafoods, won’t be processing cod — and that’s because of climate change.
Wrangell officials say they weren’t consulted about the local ADF&G office being on the governor’s chopping block. A budget document says it’ll save around $70,000 in general fund spending.