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Smoked Seafood School 2019

Note date change: October 17–18 This two-day workshop is for anyone interested in smoking and processing fish, including home fish-smoking enthusiasts, small smokehouse operators, fishermen interested in direct marketing their fish, and commercial operators. Participants will receive a certificate upon completion of the workshop. Lectures and hands-on activities led by seafood scientists at the Kodiak…

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Fall classes set to begin

Alaska Sea Grant Alaska Seafood School

Fall is just around the corner, and with it comes a new suite of classes offered by Alaska Sea Grant. The Alaska Seafood School offers trainings and classes for fishermen, seafood processing employees and all Alaskans who like to smoke fish and can food. They’re listed on our website and below. Most are offered by…

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Chris Sannito

Chris Sannito Seafood Technology Specialist, Kodiak (907) 539-2012 Contact Chris Bio page Marine Advisory Program Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center 118 Trident Way Kodiak, AK 99615 Chris Sannito Focus Seafood processing Environmental compliance Product development Small business operations Education M.S. Food Science, 1995. University of Alaska Fairbanks B.S. Science and Mathematics, 1989. Hawaii Loa…

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Torie Baker

Torie Baker Associate Program Leader and Agent, Cordova Bio page Torie retired from the University of Alaska in 2018. Torie Baker Focus Marine boating safety training in Prince William Sound and the Gulf of Alaska Seafood processor and direct marketers support Commercial fishing business assistance Research collaboration and local outreach Expertise Commercial fishing, seafood marketing,…

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Alaska Sea Grant helps get new fish plant rolling

welcome to Hydaburg sign

A new fish plant opened this month in Hydaburg, a village in Southeast Alaska trying to revive its seafood industry. Haida Wild Alaska Seafood is located in a former cold storage that hasn’t operated in nearly three decades but is now bustling with activity as the commercial fishing season goes into full swing. Hydaburg is…

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