With little movement on salmon bycatch, Alaska advocates look to feds for action

BY: - November 1, 2023

This article was previously published by the Alaska Beacon. Amid catastrophic shortfalls in salmon harvests in some of Alaska’s rural, Indigenous communities, advocates have pleaded for a crackdown on unintentional catch of those same salmon by the trawl vessels that harvest billions of pounds of whitefish in the Bering Sea. But the politically appointed regional […]

Pushback continues against genetically modified salmon being raised at Indiana farm

BY: - October 10, 2023

This article was first published by the Indiana Capital Chronicle. As demand for seafood grows, including across the Hoosier state, a remote Indiana farm is harvesting thousands of pounds of salmon every year — on land. But the genetically modified fish teeming in the Albany tanks are continuing to draw pushback from environmental advocates who […]