The Pacific halibut fishery opened amid little fanfare and flattened markets.
Imitation seafood products are often nutritionally inferior to real seafood, writes Laine Welch.
Alaska shellfish farmers and divers fear they won’t be ‘open for business’ much longer if they’re forced to pick up the tab for federally required lab tests as outlined in Gov. Dunleavy’s budget, writes Laine Welch.
Seafood coming from and going to China is piling up in freezer vans and cold storages indefinitely as the coronavirus continues to cause commerce chaos around the world.
Kodiak's dried kelp is poised to make a splash in stores across the U.S., writes Laine Welch.
Lost in the headlines about the hits to seafood sales from the Trump administration’s trade war with China is another international barrier with Russia that’s been going on far longer.
Legislators have gutted several bills widely supported by Alaska fishermen, writes Laine Welch.
Strong science is necessary to keep Alaska's fisheries bringing in abundant revenues, writes Laine Welch.
A new report draws a vivid and easy-to-understand picture of the state of Alaska fisheries, writes Laine Welch.
t’s been a long time coming, but payments should soon be in hand for Alaska fishermen, processors and coastal communities hurt by the 2016 pink salmon run failure, the worst in 40 years.