With that said it may be a little easier this year since it is all VIRTUAL! Here is a list of opportunities for information and action via webinar and virtual meetings over the coming week:
10:00-11:30 AKST UFA webinar series: Seafood Market Update
12:00-1:30 AKST UFA webinar series: What’s the Latest on Ocean Acidification?
10:00-11:30 AKST UFA webinar series: Bycatch Management in North Pacific Groundfish Fisheries
10:00 AKST Expo online: Making Waves: Offshore Wind Power & Commercial Fishing
12:00-1:30 AKST UFA webinar series: Alaska Hatchery Update
3:00-4:30 AKST UFA webinar series: Update on Transboundary Mining Issues
7:30 AM AKST Local Catch Network: Building a future of resilient, community-based seafood systems
12:00-1:30 AKST UFA webinar series:Updates from the USCG
3:00-4:30 AKST UFA webinar series:ADF&G Update
1:00 PM AKST Expo online: Diesel Emissions Reduction Act: Funding Repower Partnerships for Commercial Fishing Businesses
10:00 AM AKST Expo online: Pebble Mine: What’s Next
10:00-11:30 AKST UFA webinar series: Get to Know the Alaska Board of Fisheries Members and Update on BOF Meeting Cycle
10:45 AM AKST Mat-su Salmon Habitat Partnership: MatSu Salmon Symposium: “conserving salmon in a warming world”
12:00-1:30 AKST UFA webinar series :Pebble Mine and Bristol Bay 2020 Recap
4:00 PM AKST CFBB: Happy Hour with Commercial Fishermen for Bristol Bay
12:00-1:30 AKST UFA webinar series:Get to Know Your Coastal Legislators
THAT’S A WEEK.
Two other important things to keep on your radar:
December 14th is the deadline for the USDA Seafood Trade Relief Program. That’s $0.16/LB on your 2019 salmon catch!
ADF&G has released a second draft of its CARES Act Relief for Fisheries Participants Spend Plan. You have until November 15 to comment by email: firstname.lastname@example.org