Pot Reduction Of 3 to 5 For Prince William Sound Shrimp Fishery

The following is courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game: Pots Reduced in the Prince William Sound Sport and Subsistence Shrimp Fishery (Anchorage) – The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) is reducing the number of pots allowed per person and per vessel in the 2020 Prince William Sound (PWS) sport and subsistence … Read more Pot Reduction Of 3 to 5 For Prince William Sound Shrimp Fishery

Defend Bristol Bay Talks Governor Dunleavy and pebble mine

The following is courtesy of Defend Bristol Bay: Governor Dunleavy keeps stepping up to Pebble’s aid time and time again. Last April, Dunleavy was caught using Pebble’s own language – almost verbatim – to oppose a longer comment period around the Draft Environmental Impact Statement. He also urged EPA to fully remove proposed protections from … Read more Defend Bristol Bay Talks Governor Dunleavy and pebble mine

Yale university on kenai nwr and climate change

Interesting piece put together by Yale University about Alaska’s famed Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, which was featured on the Discovery Channel’s reality series Into Alaska. Yale’s School of Forestry & Environmental Studies broke down what climate change effects could have on Kenai NWR, which boasts some of the most diverse amounts of flora and fauna anywhere. … Read more Yale university on kenai nwr and climate change

NONRESIDENT ROCKFISH LIMITS REDUCED AT EASTERN AFOGNAK AND KODIAK ISLANDS

The following is courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game: (Kodiak) – To ensure sustainable harvests of rockfish and implement provisions of the Kodiak Black Rockfish Management Plan adopted by the Board of Fisheries in January 2020, the nonresident bag and possession limits for rockfish is being reduced for much of eastern Afognak and Kodiak islands … Read more NONRESIDENT ROCKFISH LIMITS REDUCED AT EASTERN AFOGNAK AND KODIAK ISLANDS

Ayakulik, Karluk Rivers closed to king salmon

The following press releases are courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game: Karluk River Closed to King Salmon Fishing (Kodiak) – In favor of protecting returning king salmon and ensuring fishing opportunities in the future, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) is closing sport fishing for king salmon in the Karluk River … Read more Ayakulik, Karluk Rivers closed to king salmon

BRISTOL BAY Legal reps RAIL AGAINST EPA OVER PEBBLE

Here’s a little more about the hearing from KTUU: The groups suing the federal government allege that the EPA violated the Clean Water Act and the Administrative Procedures Act when it overturned its 2014 proposed determination, which had preemptively vetoed a permit that would be needed from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for large … Read more BRISTOL BAY Legal reps RAIL AGAINST EPA OVER PEBBLE