A Village Fish Processing Plant: Yes or No?
Gunnar Knapp and Terry Reeve
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This easy-to-read handbook gives advice about planning a fish processing plant in an Alaska village. It focuses on small, locally owned fish processing operations in western Alaska, but much of the information is relevant to any fish processing operation, regardless of its location or size. This handbook gets you thinking about the pros and cons of starting a plant.
The handbook was published by the University of Alaska Center for Economic Development as part of an effort to support rural Alaska entrepreneurship. The Steps to Success for Rural Entrepreneurs series includes this handbook and several others on topics such as writing a business plan and starting a variety of small businesses.
For more information, visit the University of Alaska Center for Economic Development.
About the authors
Gunnar Knapp is an economics professor at the University of Alaska Anchorage's Institute of Social and Economic Research. He has spent many years researching the economics of the Alaska fishing industry.
Terry Reeve, also a professor with the University of Alaska Fairbanks, is a Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program agent based in Bethel. Before joining MAP, Terry worked for many years in western Alaska buying fish and developing fish processing operations. As MAP agent for the AYK Region, he continues to work with village fish processing operations.
- Item number: M-89
- Year: 2008
- Pages: 125
- Size: 8.5 x 11 inches
- ISBN: 978-1-56612-133-0