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Starting in February and continuing every other month, we will be collecting and sharing updates from all of our Network members. The beginning of 2016 has been an especially busy time, and we have many updates to share!

Updates from Alaska

  • Staff from the Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association and the Alaska Marine Conservation Council helped to organize a workshop focused on improved community fisheries access. Increasingly, Alaskan communities have experienced a shrinking number of fishermen. This workshop, held just after the New Year, brought community and fisheries leaders from around the state together in Anchorage to discuss coastal Alaska’s continued loss of fisheries access – through outmigration of permits and quota, fleet consolidation, stock depletion by other fisheries, and other factors. The Fisheries Access Workshop, hosted by Alaska Sea Grant, was a two-day forum covering the serious implications these losses have to community health across the state.
  • The Alaska Marine Conservation Council is excited to announce a one-of-a-kind road trip this spring, aimed at transforming the Alaska Young Fisherman's Network from a fledgling program, to an engaged and connected group of young fisheries leaders. In this spirit, AMCC is gathering a dynamic group of young fishermen for a cross-country educational trip, seeking tools and experiences that can empower them to celebrate, advocate, and innovate within their own businesses and fishing communities.

    A geographically and culturally diverse group of fishermen, aged 21 to 42, will travel to Boston for the Seafood Expo of North America (i.e. Boston Seafood Show), then to Washington D.C. for training in national fisheries policy, and then to Slow Fish 2016 in New Orleans. These very different fish-focused events will provide a unique opportunity to experience and understand the larger context of seafood markets, policy forums and food systems in which fisheries are nested.

    As the future of our nation’s fisheries, we believe it is critical for young fishermen to have access to experiences, knowledge, and relationship-building opportunities that strengthen their role as community-based fishermen and local leaders. This learning journey will provide the opportunity to observe and interact with businesses and leaders in the global seafood marketplace in Boston, policy-leaders in Washington, and a global movement for local, sustainable fisheries in New Orleans.

 Updates from the West Coast

  • A new deal has been reached to remove the four hydroelectric dams that clog the Klamath River and revive the largest dam removal project in U.S. history. According to a joint press release, the federal government, the states of Oregon and California and PacificCorp – the company that owns the dams – have reached an agreement to amend the historic Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement (KHSA) and to remove the dams by 2020. If completed, the removal of these 4 dams would open over 300 miles of salmon spawning and rearing habitat and would help to restore threatened Coho salmon to the ecosystem.
  • San Diego Commercial Fishermen’s Working Group: The Port of San Diego is planning to redevelop the waterfront, and there are concerns that might marginalize fishing boats. San Diego is among many port cities around the world that began opening up their waterfronts to the public but with the unintended consequence that aspects of a working waterfront -- dockworkers, fishermen and cargo handlers — were largely lost. Commercial fishermen who still work out of Tuna Harbor off the G Street Mole fear that a new master developer might marginalize or force out those fishing boats.
  • Amy Grondin of Port Townsend, WA is planning to work on the national seafood education tour, an idea sparked by Kelly Harrell with AMCC at the CFN meeting in Monterey. Amy and her husband, Greg, will also be working on direct marketing their catch in Washington this year.
  • Real Good Fish, like Port Clyde Fresh Catch, is working on diversifying product and being flexible in a year when crabbers in California haven’t been able to go out. He is also planning to work with community supported agriculture.

 Updates from the East Coast

  • Port Clyde Fresh Catch: With no boats going out for groundfish until May, Port Clyde Fresh Catch has turned to selling crab and scallops in the absence of fish. They are currently at maximum capacity with crab and are doing very well. Their motto is to keep rolling with the constantly changing ocean and business environment and be flexible!
  • During the off season for lobstermen, the Island Institute has been holding workshops on how they can diversify their careers. II is also holding workshops on direct marketing and on using aquaculture as a way to bolster working waterfronts and keep people working.

El Nino impacts being felt around the country 

  • The crab season in California has been delayed due to toxic algae, likely aggravated by warmer water temperatures, and the delay has been devastating for the state’s fishermen. Warmer El Nino waters are also being blamed for a reduction in the west coast swordfish fishery.
  • Warm water in Maine has had a positive effect on the Maine Rock Crab and Jonah Crab fisheries. Port Clyde Fresh Catch has had the best ever January because of the market for crab, and they have been buying thousands of pounds from local fishermen.
  • Warmer water in Alaska recently led to an unusually large population of squid in Silver Bay near Sitka, AK. The squid attracted up to 35 humpback whales and large concentrations of seabirds and sea lions. See the cover photo for this blog!