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Alaska Farm to School – Week 2: 9 – 13 Jan 2017

Happy New Year and welcome back!!
Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Recovery Plan’s Criteria for Recovery are Unrealistic

Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Recovery Plan’s Criteria for Recovery are Unrealistic

Make delisting unattainable
 NOAA Fisheries issues recovery plan  for Cook Inlet beluga whales

NOAA Fisheries issues recovery plan for Cook Inlet beluga whales

Recovery expected to take two generations (50 years)
CVRF Distributes $325,000 in Elder Program Benefits During Holiday Season

CVRF Distributes $325,000 in Elder Program Benefits During Holiday Season

Choice of Arctic Bay Parkas, 60 gallons of heating oil, or 115 pounds of meat for 667 elders in 20 communities
30-Day Stakeholder Comment Period Open for Alaska Halibut Fishery Draft Assessment Report

30-Day Stakeholder Comment Period Open for Alaska Halibut Fishery Draft Assessment Report

Ends January 16, 2017

Secretary Vilsack Appoints Members to the Council for Native American Farming and Ranching

November 2016 Fishlines Newsletter

Decay Can Cause Hazardous Defects in Trees

November 2016 Alaska Economic Trends

Coastal Villages Region Fund Opens Application Period for Fall 2016 People Propel® Benefits

Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers Hire New Executive Director

Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers Hire New Executive Director

Alaska Timber Industry Needs Increased Tongass Harvest

Alaska Timber Industry Needs Increased Tongass Harvest

Federal policies and politics have abolished large scale logging and manufacturing
Alaska’s timber industry varies greatly by region within the state and there is great potential for growth of the industry. There are roughly 126 million forested acres in Alaska, but only about 14 million acres support fast-growing commercial timber.

Natural Resources are Foundation of the State’s Private Sector Economy

Mining industry health impacts Alaska’s other resource development industries
Alaska is one-fifth the size of the rest of the United States, with more coastline than all other states combined. This state contains immense natural resources, including minerals and offshore resources like oil and gas and seafood.
Salmon, People, Place: Coastal Alaska Communities that Depend on Fisheries

Salmon, People, Place: Coastal Alaska Communities that Depend on Fisheries

ISER Lunchtime Talk Nov. 4

Delta Harvest Wrap-up set for Nov. 3

Producers, agricultural researchers, and farm agency representatives at gathering 5-8:30 p.m.
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