Resources

APICDA Partners

Trident Seafoods
Aleutian Spray Fisheries (F/T Starbound)
Alaska Longline

Aleutian Pribilof Islands Region’s Federally-Recognized Tribal List

Regional Aleutian Entities
Aleut Corporation
Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association (APIA)
Aleutians East Borough
City of Cold Bay
City of False Pass
City of Unalaska
Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference (SWAMC)
Ounalashka Corporation

Other Fisheries Associations
At-sea Processors Association (APA)
Pacific Seafood Processors Associations (PSPA)
United Fishermen of Alaska (UFA)
Aleutia Seafoods
Marine Conservation Alliance

CDQ Groups
Bristol Bay Economic Development Association (BBEDC)
Central Bering Sea Fishery Development Association (CBSFA)
Norton Sound Economic Development Association (NSEDC)
Yukon Delta Fishery Development Association (YDFDA)
Western Alaska Community Development Association (WACDA)

Management Agencies
National Marine Fisheries Service
NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service is responsible for the management, conservation and protection of living marine resources within the United States’ Exclusive Economic Zone (water three to 200 mile offshore).

North Pacific Fishery Management Council
Responsible for groundfish management in the Gulf of Alaska and, our region, the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands.

Restricted Access Management Program
Responsible for managing Alaska region permit programs.

International Pacific Halibut Commission
Established in 1923 (originally as the International Fisheries Commission) between the U.S. and Canada with the purpose of conducting research and management of Pacific halibut stocks in the waters of the two nations.

Other Links of Interest
Alvin Merculief
Enjoy the beautiful photography stylings of St. George resident, Alvin Merculief.

Alaska Shore Zone
The Nature Conservancy’s Coastal Inventory and Mapping Project.
Photos, videos, and digital data of Alaska’s coastal areas.