Wild, Natural & Sustainable. From the Beginning.
- Sustainability: Means fisheries can exist long-term without compromising the surrounding ecosystem
- All Alaska seafood is wild and sustainable, and it is managed for protection against overfishing, habitat damage, and pollution
- Alaska is dedicated to preserving and protecting this superior seafood for future generations
- Since 1959, the Alaska Constitution has mandated that “fish…be utilized, developed and maintained on the sustained yield principle”
- Every aspect of Alaska’s fisheries has been strictly regulated, closely monitored and rigidly enforced for nearly five decades
- Alaska sets the standard for precautionary resource management
- Alaska’s successful management practices are considered a model of sustainability for the entire world