Alaska Sea Grant Newsroom
Recent news releases
2 December 2013
Alaska Sea Grant and the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center team up to teach volunteers how to look for invasive species in a bioblitz event held in Ketchikan.
25 November 2013
Mammal-fishery interactions, the effects of climate change on sockeye salmon, and the feasibility of a directed skate fishery are among eight research projects in the queue for funding by Alaska Sea Grant.
11 November 2013
There really is more to commercial fishing than just getting a boat, a permit and catching fish! The Alaska Young Fishermen's Summit being held in Anchorage, December 10–12, invites new fishermen to learn about marine safety, running a successful business and participating in fish policymaking.
Alaska Sea Grant in the News
News items from around the state
- Alaska Seafood Processing Leadership Institute: The Kodiak session of ASPLI was highlighted in a story on the front page of the Kodiak Daily Mirror [PDF; 688 KB] and on the local radio station KMXT on November 7, 2013.
- Bycatch symposium to tackle international issues: The 2014 Wakefield symposium, "Fisheries Bycatch: Global Issues and Creative Solutions," was the topic of an interview with Gordon Kruse aired by KMXT in Kodiak on November 4, 2013.
- Southeast sea otter project: Sunny Rice and graduate student Zac Hoyt discussed their Southeast Alaska sea otter research, funded by Alaska Sea Grant, in a KFSK radio interview on October 4, 2013.
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Arctic Science Journeys
Interesting and informative programs about science, culture, and the environment of the circumpolar north. Note: ASJ was discontinued in 2005, but radio transcripts from 1996 to 2005 are available online.