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On The Calendar
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Oct 5-13 NPFMC meeting Anch Hilton agenda
Oct 15-17 Alaska Federation Of Natives Dena'ina Cent site
Oct 21-22 Board of Fisheries Work Session Anch Egan Cent. schedule
Oct 21-23 ASMI All Hands on Deck meeting Anch Egan Cent. site
Oct 29-30 Ecosystem Committee meeting Anchorage site
Nov 16-20 Groundfish Plan Team meeting AFSC, Seattle info
Nov 18-20 Pacific Marine Expo Seattle, CenturyL site
Nov 30-Dec 1 Board of Fisheries AK Pen/Chignik/AI -BS Pacific Cod meeting Anch Egan Cent. schedule
Dec 2-9 Board of Fisheries Bristol Bay Finfish meeting Anch Egan Cent. schedule
Dec 1-2 IPHC Interim Meeting Seattle, Wa site
Dec 7-15 NPFMC meeting Anch Hilton 3-meeting
Jan 12-17 Board of Fisheries A/Y/K finfish Fairbanks info
Jan 25-29 IPHC Annual Meeting Juneau site
Jan 25-29 Alaska Marine Science Symposium Capt Cook Hotel site
Feb 1-9 NPFMC meeting Portland 3-meeting
Feb23-Mar1 Board of Fisheries AK Pen/BSAI/Chignik finfish meeting Anchorage Sher info
Mar 2-4 SWAMC Annual meeting Capt Cook Hotel site
Mar 8-12 Board of Fisheries Statewide finfish/Supplemental meeting Anchorage Hilt info
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"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."
Report to the AEB, 8/2015

Social Impact Assessment of the Western Gulf of Alaska Trawl Bycatch Management Plan

Contact: Ernie Weiss
Natural Resources Director
(907) 274-7557

page updated September 30, 2015
Natural Resources Department, AEB