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.

Bilateral teleconference held on water quality issues

Talks are underway between Alaska and British Columbia officials on how to address concerns over transboundary mining and water quality issues that could adversely...

Obama bans offshore drilling in most Arctic waters

President Obama has withdrawn from future mineral extraction a vast area of the Arctic Ocean, in an effort to protect ecologically sensitive marine life...

Prince William Marina is getting an upgrade

Cordova’s Prince William Marina is under new ownership and in the process of upgrading facilities and services offered.Native Village of Eyak, which purchased the...

NPFMC okays plan for charter halibut RQE

Federal fisheries managers have decided to move ahead with a plan to create a charter halibut recreational quota entity that could be up and...

Alaska Symphony of Seafood seeks entries

A call for product is under way through Jan. 6 for the 2017 Alaska Symphony of Seafood, the state’s premier seafood competition for new...

Obama Administration offers protection to marine mammals

An executive order issued by President Obama has created the Northern Bering Sea Climate Resilience Area, offering protections to thousands of marine mammals, and...

Decline of Steller sea lions continues in western Aleutians

Researchers with the Alaska Fisheries Science Center have determined that the population of Steller sea lions in the Western Aleutian Island is continuing to...

Workshop focuses on combatting ocean acidification

Growing concern over the impact of ocean acidification on the far north attracted researchers, conservationists and others to the Alaska Ocean Acidification State of...

Economy takes a hit on work force

Job losses in Alaska, impacted by losses in oil and construction, are impacting most of the state’s economy, state labor officials say.A detailed report...

Interior, Ahtna will jointly manage wildlife

An agreement reached between the Interior Department and the Ahtna Intertribal Resources Commission will create a cooperative wildlife management demonstration project on federal and...

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