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Victim of the state

Once revered for world-leading skills at managing wild salmon, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game today finds itself under attack as incompetent as the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council begins… 2,610 more words


Two Pipelines Leaking In Alaska

By Andrew Witzel

The renewed reliance on pipelines in the wake of Trumps fossil fuel, climate change denier mentality is rearing its ugly head again, this time in Anchorage, Alaska.  320 more words


More from Alaska’s Board of Fisheries Meeting

As mentioned last week, I committed to learning more about Alaska’s Board of Fisheries (BOF) as it works through proposals at its 2017 meeting. The meeting is not everyone’s cup of tea, as many of my sport fishing friends have given up on the BOF due to the political nature of managing our fisheries. 418 more words


Net fisheries win

Commercial fishermen looking to cast their salmon-snagging gillnets wider in Cook Inlet appear to have won the hearts of the members of the Alaska Board of Fisheries. 1,209 more words


3 Good Articles

With the Board of Fisheries meeting taking place in Anchorage, I thought it would be a good time to share some of the reporting being done on proposals related to the Susitna River drainage. 137 more words