Margaret Bauman

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Margaret Bauman is a veteran Alaska journalist focused on covering fisheries and environmental issues. Bauman has been writing for The Cordova Times since 2010. You can reach her at fisheriesreporter@gmail.com.

Trident Seafoods restructuring plan was total surprise to Kodiak 

A surprise announcement from seafood processing giant Trident Seafoods on its new plans to divest some of its Alaska processing plants and lay off...
A float plane touches down on the water in King Salmon, Alaska. Photo by Jeremy Bishop/Unsplash

National report on missing Indigenous people traces history back to Russian conquest 

Michelle Demmert: ‘Our stories need to rise to the level of national awareness to make meaningful change’  A new national report on missing, murdered and...

NOAA’s 2023 Arctic Report Card highlights human-caused warming

New chapter focuses on salmon vital to the health, cultures, food security of Indigenous communities NOAA’s 2023 Arctic Report Card includes new information confirming that...

BLM seeks further input regarding AIDEA’s Ambler Road proposal

Several public meetings are scheduled in December by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to gather comment on its draft supplemental environmental impact statement...
A float plane touches down on the water in King Salmon, Alaska. Photo by Jeremy Bishop/Unsplash

GAPP looks to expand pollock markets in Malaysia

Taking a lead from research showing very favorable opportunities for growth, the marketing arm of the wild Alaska pollock fishery was in Malaysia this...

Alaska’s 2023 commercial salmon harvest rose in fish, dropped in value

A preliminary report on the 2023 Alaska commercial salmon season released on Tuesday by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG) showed a...

Seafood harvesting jobs continue to decline

Employment in commercial seafood harvesting is continuing its slow decline, in contrast to other Alaska industries, which have fully or partially rebounded in the...

Survivors of federal Indian boarding schools testify on severe abuse

Survivors of the days of the federal Indian boarding school program spoke at length Sunday about the physical, sexual, and psychological brutality suffered as...

Homing instinct is strong, accurate in humpies

It’s as if a map was imprinted on their brain, as pink salmon heading back to their natal streams spawn within 100 meters of...

NOAA announces millions for algal bloom research

The Alaska Ocean Observing System (AOOS) is among the recipients of $20 million awarded by NOAA for research on dangerous algal blooms and hypoxia...
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