April Reflections from Alaska

April Reflections from Alaska

April is a predictable month in Alaska. The days grow longer, the snow melts, foliage blossoms and salmon feel the call home. Fishermen and policy-makers fight their own pull back to the sea and train their attention on the last few meetings before the lives of thousands of commercial fishermen and processors will revolve around […]

The Alaska Marine Conservation Council: Making Waves for 24 Years

The Alaska Marine Conservation Council:  Making Waves for 24 Years

This post is part of an ongoing series profiling the Network’s partners and their good work. In 1992, with support from the Alaska Conservation Foundation, Nevette Bowen, a community organizer and fisherman, traveled coastal Alaska to listen to the marine conservation concerns of fishermen, subsistence harvesters and coastal residents. A consensus emerged from these coastal […]