CRRC 2018 Q1 Newsletter
CRRC has been busy these last few months! Take a look below to see what staff have been up to. We also include other regional and noteworthy news.
Patty Schwalenberg received the Pungowiyi Award for Outstanding Achievements by an Alaska Native Organization or Individual
The Alutiiq Pride hatchery, located in Seward, is collaborating with federal and academic partners to measure the impacts of ocean acidification on shellfish—and develop possible adaptation strategies. They are also working with communities to analyze nearshore conditions at a local scale. The U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit highlighted the story.
CRRC participated in and presented at the 3rd Annual Alaska Food Festival & Conference in Fairbanks. This conference provides an opportunity for presenters and attendees to learn more about — and engage in — the various issues affecting Alaska’s food system.
CRRC has been awarded a grant to make a regional recipe book and we need your recipes! Click on this link for a blank recipe card.
Please send completed recipe cards to Willow Hetrick at .
Alutiiq Pride Shellfish Hatchery is ready to expand on experimental phase.
The Alutiiq Pride Shellfish Hatchery and the NOAA Fisheries Lab in Kodiak are partnering again this year for the final experimental release of juvenile red king crab. Click on this link to read the entire article.