Proposed offshore drilling would interfere with fishing and with oil spill response activities, writes Christa Hoover.
Politicians have made a habit of holding Permanent Fund dividends hostage from the public, write Clem Tillion and Rick Halford.
In short, young fishermen need to know how to catch fish, but they also need to know how to manage a business, stay up to date on ever evolving regulations, and of equal importance, they must learn how to become effective advocates for the ocean, healthy fisheries and their own sustainable fishing business.
One in four businesses won't reopen after a major disaster, writes Jeremy Field, regional administrator for the U.S. Small Businesses Administration.
Salmon are under critical threat from climate change, writes Marine Stewardship Council Regional Fisheries Director Kate Troll.
Alaska has gotten off track under the present state administration, writes economist Robert R. Richards.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has united Alaska against himself, write Arliss Sturgulewski and Vic Fischer.
Our future is bright, writes Tamika Ledbetter, Alaska Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development.
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