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Alaska Fisheries Report – June 8, 2017

  Maggie Wall/KMXT Salmon season is coming on strong. The Bristol Bay drift fleet upgrades their gear to include chillers and upgrades the quality taken to market. Copper River kings are stronger than forecasted. More than 40 boats fished in the Prince William Sound shrimp fishery. Cod, Dungeness, Pollock, halibut and more all going on in various parts of the ... Read More »

Talk of the Rock: Food Systems

On today’s Talk of the Rock, we chat about nutrition and food systems with Alaska Pacific University Professor Rachael Miller, who facilitated a recent food forum here in Kodiak. We talk about everything from added sugar in processed foods to making produce more accessible and affordable on the island. Miller begins the conversation talking about the right to food and ... Read More »

Alaska Fisheries Report – May 18, 2017

Maggie Wall/KMXT A joint session of the Alaska Legislature approves Fish Board appointments. All three are familiar faces. State budget woes—more specifically the lack of a Fish and Game budget—may cause a delay to some programs and seriously threaten salmon season. The “First Fish” folks are still waiting to catch those famous Copper River salmon. The schedule was calling for ... Read More »

Dog Eared Reads Episode 22

Beyond the Cover: Marion Owen joins us to discuss her decades of writing, including the Kodiak Daily Mirror’s ongoing column on gardening as well as the “Chicken Soup for the Gardeners’ Soul” book she coauthored in 1984.  She talks gardening and compost tips, as well as well as what originally inspired her to stay and make her life here in Kodiak ... Read More »

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