Working together to protect the integrity of Alaska's marine ecosystems and promote thriving coastal communities.

July 10, 2019

Introducing AMCC’s 2018 Impact Report

We are proud to present Alaska Marine Conservation Council’s 2018 Impact Report. In this brief report, we highlight a few of the remarkable gains that our members, partners, and Catch 49 customers helped make possible last year. You’ll read about critical advancements to protect the Bering Sea, why a local fisherman values his participation in . . . MORE
May 02, 2019

On The Dock Now: Prince William Sound Spot Prawns and Kodiak Jig Rockfish!

The first deliveries of the sweet, delicious Prince William Sounds Spot Prawns are on the dock and these beauties are looking exceptional! Big, bright, and frozen at the peak of freshness, we can’t wait for you to try them! Shrimp lovers the world over have come to prize the Prince William Sound Spot Prawn as . . . MORE
April 30, 2019

Many Hands Benefit from Bristol Bay

I am fairly certain that my ancestors found a home in Bristol Bay because of the salmon. It is hard to say exactly when they arrived, but I know that it is the Naknek River salmon that sustained them. There are many waves of peopling that have occurred in Bristol Bay in different time periods, . . . MORE

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