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Mar 22 2012
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jennifer Canfield PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 22 March 2012

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            Coming up this week: The feds are taking a closer look at seafood fraud, the state will start monitoring personally-harvested bivalves for PSP, the Department of Labor declares fishing as the deadliest way to make a living in Alaska and the Senate is looking at a resolution to get more young folks into the industry. All that and Prince William Sound's Leviathan makes its last voyage. Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 We had help from Matt Lichtenstein in Petersburg, Stephanie Joyce in Unalaska, Mike Mason in Dillingham and Tony Gorman in Valdez.

 
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