Faculty Archives: Liz Brown
Former MAP Agent
Liz Brown left the Marine Advisory Program in August 2007.
- Seafood processing safety
- Food safety regulations
- Waste utilization
- Watershed management
- Coastal zone issues
- Global food security
- Fisheries in developing nations
- Alternative energy in rural areas
- Subsistence food production
- Quality assurance in the Alaskan seafood industry
- Developing seafood technology courses
- Pacific Seafood Technologists
- Institute for Food Technologists
- Bristol Bay Coastal Resources Service Area
- City of Dillingham Planning Commission
- B.A. Communications, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon
- M.S. Marine Resource Management, Oregon State University College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
- Common Mistakes in HACCP flyers (available from the Alaska Sea Grant bookstore)
- Safety in seafood processing manual
- USDA/FSA Trade Adjustment Assistance Technical Workshops
- Seafood training information collection
- Dillingham Information
From Nushagak Cooperative, the region's phone, electric, television and Internet utilities company.
- Bristol Bay Native Association
A service agency dedicated to the betterment of the Native People of the Bristol Bay region.
- CDQ Information
The Western Alaska Community Development Quota Program (CDQ Program) is a unique fishery management system that now provides the residents of Alaska's economically disadvantaged Bering Sea coastal region a realistic opportunity to participate in and share in a portion of the rich fishery that is conducted at their doorstep.
- Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation—our
The purpose of the Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation is to promote economic growth and opportunities for residents of its member communities through sustainable use of the Bering Sea resources.
- Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Fisheries
The mission of the Fisheries Department of FAO is to facilitate and secure the long-term sustainable development and utilization of the world’s fisheries and aquaculture.
- Seafood Information at UC Davis
Seafood Network Information Center
Part of the Sea Grant program of California.
What I like about living in Alaska
It's good to live in the most beautiful place on the planet.
What I do for fun
On vacation I like to travel to developing countries, especially in the tropics. At home I like to take my Alaskan Chihuahua for walks.
Why I love my job
I don't have to wear panty hose to work.