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August Fishlines Newsletter 2015

NOAA declares deaths of large whales in Gulf of Alaska an unusual mortality event

NOAA declares deaths of large whales in Gulf of Alaska an unusual mortality event

Demands immediate response

Bregal Partners Sponsors Deleveraging Recapitalization of American Seafoods

Industry Veterans Frank Dulcich, Chris Lischewski, and Amy Humphreys Invest, Join Board
2015 Alaska State Fair Farm Family of the Year Announced

2015 Alaska State Fair Farm Family of the Year Announced

Pettit Family of Little Pitchfork Ranch selected
Tongass National Forest announces Navy Timber Sale

Tongass National Forest announces Navy Timber Sale

About 1,252 acres of commercial forest land on Etolin Island

NOAA Fisheries: Emergency Rule to go into effect for trawl sector of Gulf of Alaska fisheries

An additional 1,600 Chinook salmon prohibited species catch allowance

Lt. Governor Certifies Set Net Ban Initiative for Ballot

More than 43,000 voters signed petitions

Alaska Cod Fishery Completes 2nd Alaska RFM Annual Audit

Originally certified in April 2013
Historic Iditarod, Flat gold rush townsites saved from wildland fires

Historic Iditarod, Flat gold rush townsites saved from wildland fires

CVRF hosts world’s largest seafood company on a tour of Western Alaska villages

Coastal Villages Region Fund responsible for creating economic development opportunities

July Fishlines Newsletter

Vol. 35, No. 7

Park Service agrees to maintain two Sitka area state parks through October

Baranof Castle State Historical Site and Old Sitka State Historical Park
Experience the best of Sitka’s local food scene with our Sitka Sound Suppers fundraiser

Experience the best of Sitka’s local food scene with our Sitka Sound Suppers fundraiser

Launches July 16

Cook Inlet Harbor Safety Committee Managing Board announces 2015 Membership Roster

Copper River Sockeye Salmon Now Available Via Community Supported Fishery

Copper River Sockeye Salmon Now Available Via Community Supported Fishery

Drifters Fish Launches Direct Marketing Option in Pacific Northwest
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