2022 Copper River Salmon Season Launches on May 16

It’s official. Alaska’s Copper River commercial salmon season will begin on Monday, May 16th, when the region’s commercial fishermen will be allowed to set their nets for a twelve-hour opener to harvest the revered king and sockeye salmon from the icy glacial fed waters of the Copper River Delta.

Updated Report Affirms Alaska’s Seafood Industry is Essential Driver of State Economy

The 2022 update of The Economic Value of Alaska’s Seafood Industry report affirms that Alaska’s seafood industry is an essential driver of the state’s economy. The seafood industry directly employs 62,200 workers annually in Alaska, more workers than any other private sector industry, and contributes $5.7 billion to Alaska’s economy.

Wild Caught Alaska Pollock Fish Receives Long Overdue Spotlight for Sustainability and Health During December’s National Seafood Month

January 6, 2022 Aquamar

Aquamar®, one of the premier manufacturers of surimi in North America, is embarking on brand overhaul to celebrate the long under-touted advantages of Wild Caught Alaska Pollock.

Alaska Symphony of Seafood: Winners Announced at Expo

The Alaska Symphony of Seafood held its first round of judging in Seattle this week and unveiled the results at Pacific Marine Expo on Friday, Nov. 19.

With New Research, Alaska Groups Aim to Turn Mariculture Into $100M Industry

November 24, 2021 Sabine Poux, KDLL - Kenai

Alaska has an ambitious goal: to turn its growing mariculture business into a $100 million industry by 2040.