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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

Illegally Discarded Fish Waste May Lure Fines, Bears

Lake Clark National Park and Preserve lifts burn restrictions

Campfire ban lifted on Borough land

Campfires still banned on Borough land

Alaska RFM Certification Annual Audit Updates for Crab, Halibut and Sablefish

Alaska farmers, fishermen team up to encourage locals to Eat Alaska

Twenty chefs around the state celebrate Alaska seafood and Alaska Grown products in new promotion
Burn closure lifted in most areas but still in effect in Southwest Alaska, Anchorage

Burn closure lifted in most areas but still in effect in Southwest Alaska, Anchorage

NOTE: The burn closure is still in effect in Southwest Alaska and the Municipality of Anchorage. That includes Game Management Units 9, 17, 18, 19 and 21.

Increased closures in Chena River State Recreation Area due to fire

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