This is a follow-up letter to a previous letter that I wrote this spring. The issue is the aerial pesticide spraying of alders and salmonberries on Long Island in Southeast Alaska, proposed by Klukwan Inc.
The fund gained $2.1 billion in the final quarter of the year, which is the second quarter of its fiscal year. The five-year averaging of statutory net income is projected to produce a fall dividend of $1.2 billion, or $108 million more than the record amount paid out in 1999.
The International Pacific Halibut Commission will webcast a briefing on its stock assessment and preliminary recommended catch limits for 2012. The webcast is open to the public.
...not going to last forever.'' ``It was a great season,'' agreed Linda Behnken, director of the Alaska Longline Fisherman's Association in Sitka. ``It's the highest (price) I can remember. . . . People are paying more and more attention...
Canadian fishermen lost their legal battle to halt the sale of hatchery-raised black cod to British Columbia fish farms this week.
SITKA - A series of three Sitka Farmer's Markets are being held in August, giving Sitka residents a chance to buy and sell locally produced food and crafts.
...abundance of halibut. Economically, it's painful for everybody," said Linda Behnken, director of the Alaska Longline Fisherman's Association in Sitka. "But conservation comes first, and economics come second." Yet Kimberly Tebrugge, spokeswoman...
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