The summer harvest was so good that it’s higher than nearly all other full-season harvests — but the value of the fishery was not near a record breaker.
The developers of the proposed Pebble Mine aired an ad on Fox News last night, and it seems to have hit home with one viewer in the White House.
Coast Guard investigators would appreciate anyone with information about the vessel or conditions around the time the ship was lost to come forward.
The timing of two of the appointments — along with the COVID-19 emergency — makes it possible that the appointees could set policy for Alaska’s commercial, sport and subsistence fisheries without first being confirmed by lawmakers.
Thousands of U.S. fishermen could be eligible for a new program designed to help fishermen hurt by the tariff on seafood.
A combination of low prices and low returns has the summer of 2020 shaping up to be one of the worst in decades.
A new study bolster reports by Alaska subsistence fishermen that the species’ numbers have been increasing as the Arctic warms at more than double the rate of the rest of the globe.
The 150-foot vessel belongs to Northline Seafoods and is worth $7 million. It was beached near Ekuk, a fishing community south of Dillingham.
“Everything is so unknown,” said Meta Mesdag, the owner of Salty Lady Seafood Co.
In Petersburg, workers were restricted closed campuses — they were only allowed to go between the plant, dorms and cafeteria. Some workers said they felt resigned to it. Others said it felt like jail.