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Pink Salmon — Too Much of a Good Thing? None 
Seaweed, Seal Oil Contest Winners Announced None 

Seaweed, Seal Oil Contest Winners Announced

Cordova Festival Celebrates Salmon, Supports Art None 

Cordova Festival Celebrates Salmon, Supports Art

For sixteen years, the Cordova community has invited locals and visitors to join the Copper River Salmon Jam, two days celebrating what sustains it: Salmon and Art.

Opportunity Alaska: China Trade Mission Delegates Return Home None 

Opportunity Alaska: China Trade Mission Delegates Return Home

Juneau Deliveries Support Salmon Hatchery and Alaska Fishing Community None 

Juneau Deliveries Support Salmon Hatchery and Alaska Fishing Community

Tom Greinier has been hauling fish for Juneau's salmon hatchery, Douglas Island Pink And Chum (DIPAC), for over 20 years. In fact, DIPAC has followed Tom during his trucking career even before he started working for Alaska Marine Trucking.

New Marketing Effort Highlights Restaurants Using Alaska Grown None 

New Marketing Effort Highlights Restaurants Using Alaska Grown

The Division of Agriculture is launching the Restaurant Recognition Program this summer to promote the use of Alaska Grown produce in restaurants throughout Alaska.

WATCH: How Jim Creek has Changed None 

WATCH: How Jim Creek has Changed

University of Alaska Works to Receive Federal Maritime Training Designation None 

University of Alaska Works to Receive Federal Maritime Training Designation

This year, National Maritime Day coincides with UA’s efforts to obtain a Domestic Maritime Center of Excellence designation, a distinction that would expand its capacity to train domestic maritime workers.

Six Fellowships Announced by Alaska Sea Grant None 

Six Fellowships Announced by Alaska Sea Grant

Six graduate students selected by Alaska Sea Grant will spend a year working with state and federal agencies to support healthy coastal communities and the marine environment.

Alaska Air Cargo to Deliver More Than 64,000 Pounds of Wild Copper River Salmon to Seattle None 

Alaska Air Cargo to Deliver More Than 64,000 Pounds of Wild Copper River Salmon to Seattle

More than 16,000 pounds of fresh Copper River salmon arrived in Seattle on a fish-filled Alaska Airlines plane touching down at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport shortly after 6:30 a.m. this morning.