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Fishlines Vol. 37 No. 8

Fishlines Vol. 37 No. 8

Don't Fuel the Fire

Don't Fuel the Fire

Nearly every state has experienced fires that rage out of control in the landscape. While the largest and most devastating burn in the West, fires also spread in the East and South, where suburb meets country or housing development meets conservation land.
 Agriculture Appreciation Day at the Farm set for Aug. 3

Agriculture Appreciation Day at the Farm set for Aug. 3

The Matanuska Experiment Farm in Palmer will host Alaska Agriculture Appreciation Day at the Farm from noon to 5 p.m. Aug. 3.
Hurricane Season: Look Up Before the Storm

Hurricane Season: Look Up Before the Storm

The Atlantic hurricane season is a time when most tropical cyclones are expected to develop across the northern Atlantic Ocean. It is currently defined as the time frame from June 1 through November 30. What plans should prudent consumers take with the trees in their landscape?

Mountain View Farmers’ Market Kicks Off Its Second Season

Trees, Saws and Ladders Don't Mix

State seeks nominations for 2017 Farm Family of the Year

Sea Grant places state fellows at agencies

Sea Grant places state fellows at agencies

Ninth Circuit Upholds Big Thorne Timber Sale

Tongass National Forest youth fishing events

Topping is for Ice Cream, Not Trees

Coastal Villages Region Fund Launches Spring 2017 People Propel® Equipment Subsidy Program

Alaska Sea Grant to host international conference on climate change and fish

Farmers Summit Explores Opportunity for Growth

Farmers Summit Explores Opportunity for Growth

Entrepreneurial spirit reinvigorated for local food production
The Southeastern community of Haines was once known as the strawberry capital of Alaska. In the 1900s, Charlie Anway’s prolific red berries were shipped throughout the state—his largest berry measuring seven inches in circumference. During the harvesting season for more than two decades, Anway hired up to twenty pickers and grossed more than $700 a day.

April 2017 Fishlines Newsletter

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