Posted by: Bob Payne | August 15, 2011

Faulty Columbia Basin salmon plan bad for salmon and jobs

For decades, Southeast Alaska fishermen have followed the evolution of recovery efforts aimed at Columbia and Snake River salmon. Many of the Chinook harvested in our region originate in the Columbia Basin, and each year our salmon fleets are strictly regulated to conserve them. Therefore, the success or failure of various salmon recovery initiatives has big implications for Alaska businesses and communities.

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