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On The Calendar
photo courtesy Craig Bendixen
Nov 4 State General Election info
Nov 7-9 Alaska Food Festival & Conference UAA site
Nov 17-22 Groundfish Plan Team AFSC, Seattle agenda
Nov 19 AEB Fishermen's meeting / teleconf Silver Cloud H. Seattle notice
Nov19-20 Electronic Monitoring Workgroup Renaissance H. Seattle site
Nov 19-21 Pacific Marine Expo Seattle site
Dec 2-3 IPHC Interim Meeting Seattle, Hotel Deca site
Dec 3-8 Board of Fish PWS & Upper Copper/Susitna Finfish Cordova info
Dec 8-17 NPFMC meeting Hilton, Anchorage 3-meeting
Dec 19 EPA small Vessel Discharge Permit regs start info
Jan 19-23 Alaska Marine Science Symposium Hotel Capt Cook, Anch site
Jan 21-27 Board of Fish SE & Yakutat Crab, Shrimp, Misc. Wrangell info
Jan 26-30 IPHC 2015 Annual Meeting Vancouver, BC site
Feb 2-10 NPFMC meeting Seattle 3-meeting
Feb23-M3 Board of Fish SE & Yakutat Finfish. Sitka info
Mar 4-6 SWAMC Annual Membership Conference Hotel Capt Cook, Anch site
Mar 17-20 Board of Fish Statewide Dun. Crab, Shrimp, Supplem. Anchorage Sheraton info
Apr 6-14 NPFMC meeting Anchorage site
May 12-15 Lowell Wakefield Fisheries Symposium Hotel Capt Cook, Anch site
June 1-9 NPFMC meeting Sitka 3-meeting
Work plan for
GOA TBM socioeconomic study
FISHING NEWS
Alaska Journal of Commerce
"The Aleutians East Borough produces some of the world's best seafood. All of the crab, cod, salmon, pollock and other fish harvested in our waters and processed at sea or in shore-based plants are wild Alaskan species. The commercial fishing industry in the Aleutians East dates back over 100 years, and indigenous people have fished here for thousands of years. We are proud of our heritage of sustainable fisheries, and we plan to continue our good stewardship of the ocean long into the future."
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What Do I Know
Contact:
Ernie Weiss
Natural Resources Director
(907) 274-7557 eweiss@aeboro.org

page updated October 30, 2014