Yukon River subsistence fishing will be closed until the return size is clearer.
Officials from both Alaska and Canada presented findings from a joint water monitoring study on three transboundary rivers.
A pioneering advocate of Alaska tribal sovereignty will have an important job at the U.S. Interior Department, assuming the Senate confirms him.
Sitka Tribe of Alaska filed suit against Fish and Game in 2018 over the department’s management of the Sitka Sound sac roe herring fishery.
A third of the state’s subsistence salmon harvest was caught in Bristol Bay in 2017, according to a new report from the McKinley Research Group.
Hunters along the lower Kuskokwim River have been reporting an abundance of ptarmigan this year after a relative dearth of the birds in years prior.
Federal fisheries data shows trawlers in the North Pacific took about a tenth of the king salmon caught by Alaska’s commercial salmon fleet last year.
The mechanical failure threw the skiff’s occupants into the water while they were harvesting herring eggs on Friday, April 9.
The delay will affect BLM land in five different areas of Alaska, but the most notable halt is on 9.7 million acres in the Kobuk-Seward Peninsula resource management area.
During the event, five ceremonial Kiks.ádi robes were unveiled along with a new song honoring the herring.