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Apr 16 2010
Day Two of ComFish in Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 April 2010

 

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            ComFish 2010 is now taking place in downtown Kodiak. Gathering from around the state, the country and beyond are people with stakes in the world of commercial fisheries. The Fisheries tradeshow is taking place downtown in the Kodiak Convention Center. The fisheries policy forums are held across the street in the Kodiak Island Best Western.

            This evening from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. is the "Taste of Kodiak" seafood reception at the Kodiak Island Best Western.

             Sharing a run-down of Friday's events is one of the organizers of the forums, Laine Welch.

 

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Apr 15 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 April 2010

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           Coming up this week, howmuch damage does trawl gear do to crab stocks? Observer regulations could be a burdenfor small boat owners, ComFish is this weekend, and fishermen get loud inKodiak We had help this week from KMXT's Diana Gish in Kodiak, KUCB's AnneHillman in Unalaska, and KCAW's Ed Ronco in Sitka. 

 
Apr 15 2010
Today at ComFish PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 April 2010

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            ComFish 2010 opens today at 10 a.m. in downtown Kodiak. The Fisheries tradeshow takes place in the Kodiak Harbor Convention Center. The fisheries policy forums are all taking place in the Kodiak Island Best Western.

            Laine Welch is one of the organizers of the forums. She shared a run-down of today's events.

 

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Apr 15 2010
Alaska Beef Makes Appearance at ComFish PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 April 2010

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            There's probably only one booth selling beef products at ComFish this week. That would be Alaska Beef from Sitkinak. The story of Alaska Beef is as unusual as, say, hawking steak at a fish show.

            He may be something of a fish-out-of-water at the tradeshow but Nathan Mudd of Alaska Beef thinks his family's products are a perfect fit.

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Apr 15 2010
Local Business Recognized for Sustainable Business Practices PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 April 2010

 


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            A Kodiak business has been honored by Adventure Green Alaska, the state's first tourism program to highlight sustainable business practices.

            Kodiak Island Charters was selected for AGA certification at the bronze level. The business is owned by Chris and Jai-Nan Fiala. The certification awards were announced during a tourism gathering in Palmer.

            Tour operators applying for the AGA certification respond to online application questions about

their commitment to the environment, participation in community and village events, awareness of climate change impacts, and green business practices. Business owners are also selected to participate in a personal interview and consultation with an AGA Board member.

AGA was launched in 2008 through the Alaska Wilderness Recreation and Tourism Association; a nonprofit trade organization for ecotourism businesses in Alaska.

In its initial year, AGA awarded Alaska tourism sustainable business certification to nine businesses. AGA is already planning a third certification process beginning today (Thursday). Business will have until June 30 to submit the AGA application.

Adventure Green Alaska program benefits include recognition on the program website:

and other travel-related websites. Training and additional resources for businesses interested in receiving the sustainable tourism certification will be made available in the future according to AGA board president Tony Turrini.

 
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