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JUNEAU, Alaska, May 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The summer harvest season for the five species of wild Alaska salmon officially kicks off today with the first sockeye and king salmon of the summer, followed quickly by pink, keta, and coho salmon, and continues through October.
Sockeye salmon narrowly held onto its position as the most valuable salmon species harvested in Alaska's commercial salmon fisheries, with a statewide value of $284 million.
As part of Salmon Watch's 20th anniversary, program leaders want to learn from past participants how the educational experience influenced them as adults.
Recreational salmon fishing alone generates almost $130 million in economic activity every year, currently.
The tariff, implemented to stop Norway dumping cheap salmon on the US market, had previously added 26.
If you score the flesh, grill or broil the salmon (so that the juices drip off) until it reaches an internal temperature of 175[degrees] F, and remove the skin before eating, the fish could lose half of its harmful contaminants.
A study of 2 tons of North American, South American and European salmon shows that environmental toxins like polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), dioxins, dieldrin and toxaphene are present at higher levels in farmed salmon than in their wild counterparts, the report said.
And Scots farmed salmon, along with that produced in the Faroe Islands, has the highest levels.
I am passionate about wild salmon, about the need to protect them, and about the health benefits that they bring to those of us fortunate to eat them.
But dams invariably disrupt the natural migration patterns of Pacific salmon, and since the completion of more dams in the 1960s and '70s, salmon populations have steeply declined--some species are already extinct.
1 producer--could carry a significant health cost for consumers of Chilean salmon around the globe.
Marilyn Bauer, "Incredible Disappearing Salmon," Boston Globe