Alaska Fisheries Report

Alaska Fisheries Report 30 November 2023

PHS aquaculture students release salmon fry into City Creek, about two miles outside of Petersburg. (Photo by Shelby Herbert/KFSK)

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: KNBA’s Rhonda McBride talks to Mary Peltola about the federal lawsuit against the state, Shelby Herbert tells of an aquaculture class in Petersburg for KFSK, plus the philosophy of C Shares. PHS aquaculture students release salmon fry into City Creek, about two miles outside of Petersburg. (Photo by Shelby Herbert/KFSK)

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Alaska Fisheries Report 16 November 2023

Sean Den Adel and Skye Steritz own and operate Noble Ocean Farms out of Cordova. (Photo courtesy Mark Titus)

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: Alaska Public Media’s Kavitha George talks to Cordova kelp farmers, the Tanana Cheifs Conference weighs salmon hatcheries, as reported by Dan Bross of KUAC, and KMXT’s Brian Venua chats with Undercurrent reporter Kirsten Dobroth about a somber meeting of the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute. Sean Den Adel and Skye Steritz …

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Alaska Fisheries Report 09 November 2023

Photo by Kate Ruck Pink salmon spawn in Gilmour Creek near where it enters Prince William Sound, Alaska, as a field technician works to collect carcasses of dead fish.

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: CoastAlaska’s Angela Denning reports on the power of pink salmon, the Alaska Beacon shines a light on an average red run forecasted for next year in Bristol Bay, and Riley Board tells the tale of east side setnet closures in Upper Cook Inlet, courtesy of KDLL. Photo by Kate RuckPink …

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Alaska Fisheries Report 02 November 2023

Set-netters pick a sockeye out of the net in June, 2022. (Sabine Poux/KDLL)

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: The Kenai Peninsula Borough asks for a setnetter disaster designation, story from Riley Board of KDLL, young Native Alaskans practice fish preparation, from KFSK’s Rachel Cassandra, and ADF&G has released the commercial salmon report for 2023. Set-netters pick a sockeye out of the net in June, 2022. (Sabine Poux/KDLL)

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Alaska Fisheries Report 19 October 2023

Twenty-seven classes from 15 schools in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District attended the two-day event on the Anchor River and Bear Creek. (Courtesy Eric Hart/Chapman Elementary School)

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: Rhonda McBride reports that AFN is joining the fed in suing the state, Janie Diep of KBBI on kids and salmon eggs, and from KDLG Christina McDermott offers a profile of Bristol Bay fisherman Dan Barr. Twenty-seven classes from 15 schools in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District attended the …

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Alaska Fisheries Report 12 October 2023

Photo courtesy of Andy Seitz. Michael Courtney holds up a salmon tagged near Homer.

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: KYUK’s Evan Erickson reports on building a better bycatch map, chum salmon may be moving on up to the Arctic, story by Dan Bross of KUAC, and Shelby Herbert tells of a federal grant to make dirty diesels into clean hybrids. Plus, AFN speaks up about subsistence preference. Sabrina Garcia, …

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Alaska Fisheries Report 5 October 2023

Kenzie Englishoe stands by an idle fish wheel once used by her community in Gwichyaa Zhee on Aug. 31, 2023. (Matt Faubion/Alaska Public Media)

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: Alaska Public media’s Kavitha George reports on Yukon youth without salmon, and CoastAlaska’s Angela Denning on selecting hatchery chinook salmon to preserve wild stocks. Kenzie Englishoe stands by an idle fish wheel once used by her community in Gwichyaa Zhee on Aug. 31, 2023. (Matt Faubion/Alaska Public Media)

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Alaska Fisheries Report 28 September 2023

This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: The Alaska Department of Fish and Game kicks off its traveling bycatch roadshow, story from Brian Venua of KMXT (plus audio postcard!), and Kavitha George delves into the Yukon salmon collapse for Alaska Public Media. The Kodiak bycatch meeting was standing-room only.  September 19, 2023. (Brian Venua/KMXT)

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