Fisheries Conservation

The rich waters of the North Pacific support some of the most productive and intact marine ecosystems remaining on our planet. Teeming with fish and other marine life, these waters are the lifeblood of Alaska’s coastal communities, economies and ways of life.

While wild fisheries have declined dramatically across the planet, Alaska continues to maintain a strong fishing industry, providing 50% of U.S. domestic seafood production.

Yet, Alaska’s fisheries populations and fishing communities face threats, including:

AMCC collaborates with Alaska’s fishermen, coastal communities, Tribes, and other organizations to support policy solutions that prioritize the long-term health of Alaska’s coastal and marine ecosystems and the communities that rely on them.

Current Fisheries Conservation Priorities and Projects:

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