Fisheries Access for Alaska—Charting the Future

Legislative Information Office Building, 716 W. 4th Ave.
Anchorage, Alaska
January 12–13, 2016

This workshop has ended.

Contact: Paula Cullenberg, paula.cullenberg@alaska.edu • 907-274-9692

Added October 5, 2016: Download or order the Fisheries Access for Alaska—Charting the Future: Workshop Proceedings, now available from the Alaska Sea Grant online bookstore.

Added January 15, 2016: See below for links to presentation files from the workshop.

Video archive of Day 1, January 12th
 
Video archive of Day 2, January 13th
This 2-day workshop, convened by Alaska Sea Grant, is designed to better understand the loss of access by Alaskans to commercial fishing in Alaska and what can be done to reverse the trend. We will:

The workshop is designed for diverse representatives from Alaska’s fishing associations and communities, Alaska Native organizations and tribes, state and federal regulators, legal advisors, academics and other policy makers.

Steering Committee

Paula Cullenberg, Alaska Sea Grant
Linda Behnken, Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association
Courtney Carothers, Fisheries, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Edward Davis, Haa Aani, LLC
Rachel Donkersloot, Alaska Marine Conservation Council
Duncan Fields, Shoreside Consulting
Nicole Kimball, Alaska Department of Fish and Game
Rep. Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins, Alaska State Legislature
Norman Van Vactor, Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation
Bob Waldrop, consultant

View/download presentations

This workshop has ended.