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.

Pebble partnership, EPA consider mediation

Attorneys for a proposed large-scale mine near the headwaters of the Bristol Bay watershed have agreed with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to consider...

USFWS considering emperor geese hunt

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials are considering reopening of a spring and summer subsistence hunting season for emperor geese, which has been closed...

Lower fish tax revenue sharing anticipated

In 2015, the city of Cordova’s share of fisheries business taxes and fishery resource landing taxes collected by the state added up to $1,029,301.That...

Interior issues new land management order

New opportunities for federally recognized tribes in cooperative and collaborative partnerships to manage federal lands and resources are being proposed by Interior Secretary Sally...

ASMI upbeat despite seafood industry challenge

In the face of unpredictable harvests and unfavorable currency rates, wild Alaska seafood is still the best in the world and opportunities to market...

Cordova holds its own among top fisheries

Cordova ranked 10th in the nation in 2015 for seafood pounds landed and 13th nationally in the value of that catch, according to the...

Lawsuit filed in Mount Polley tailings pond disaster

MiningWatch Canada has filed a private prosecution against the government of British Columbia and the Mount Polley Mining Corp., alleging violations of Canada’s federal...

State Department considers boundary water issues

State Department officials say they are looking into possible approaches to present to Canada on boundary water issues between Alaska and British Columbia at...

Longer season yields lower Copper River salmon harvest

Through the end of July, the commercial salmon fishery in the Copper River District was open 96 hours more than the recent 10-year average,...

Pebble mine issue separates Lindbeck, Young

When it comes to issues critical to commercial fisheries issues, the views of U.S. House hopeful Steve Lindbeck and incumbent Rep. Don Young, R-...

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