Alaska Fisheries Report — September 10, 2020



  • A new seafood trade relief program announced on Wednesday provides $530 million for fishermen and processors in the state.
  • Scientists and fishermen are finding some positive changes as some fish seem to be relocating as they adapt to changing weather conditions.
  • Bering Sea crabbers will soon learn what their catches will or will not be for the season that opens on October 15.
  • A new fisheries and marine sciences graduate program at the University of Alaska Fairbanks includes Native Alaska ways of knowing based on traditional use of fish resources.

Stay posted on all this and more on this episode of the Alaska Fisheries Report.

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