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 mbauman@thecordovatimes.com.

Snow crab abundance down

Results of the Eastern Bering Sea summer survey for commercial crab species indicate that in general Bristol Bay red king crab stocks are status...

World Conservation Congress endorses Bristol Bay protections

An international conservation group meeting in Honolulu for the World Conservation Congress has passed a motion urging protection of Bristol Bay from the proposed...

State asked to pave way for federal relief

In the midst of what’s proving to be the worst pink salmon harvest in Alaska in four decades, Rep. Louise Stutes, R-Kodiak, is seeking...

State puts CFEC administrative transfers on hold

A plan to transfer certain administrative functions of the Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission to the Department of Fish and Game is on hold until...

Avian flu: First case of HPAI confirmed in Alaska

Highly pathogenic avian influenza has been confirmed for the first time in Alaska, prompting the need for poultry owners to take steps to protect...

Alaska joins in amicus brief on state’s rights issue

Alaska is one of 20 states now joined in a multi-state amicus brief concerning the proper forum for challenging a state attorney general’s administrative...

PWS silver harvest reaches 70,000 fish

Silver salmon harvests in Prince William Sound rose to 70,000 fish through Aug. 23, and the humpy harvest reached 12 million fish, boosting the...

New insights gained into how northern fur seals feed

Ocean going drones in the Bering Sea are helping researchers with the Alaska Fisheries Science Center gain new insight into the foraging habits of...

Deadline nears to comment on proposed Cook Inlet sale

In public hearings in Anchorage, Homer and Kenai this past week the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management continued to gather testimony on a...

Petitioners seek end to unnecessary killing of wolves

State has spent $54,500 this year to date on one predation control program A group of 150 citizens from 28 communities across Alaska is asking...






















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