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Articles from the May 1, 2020 edition

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Credit Where It's Due

This column has been justifiably hard on Washington State Governor Jay Inslee. A career politician, Inslee’s accomplishments for his constituents haven’t been particularly notable, and since he... Full story

 

Vessel Profile: F/V Haldrada

Hal Cook has been fishing in Bristol Bay since 1979. He started in the marine industry in 1976 building fishing equipment at Marco Shipyard in Seattle, and later started Go2marine, an online marine... Full story

 
 By Mark Edward Nero    Features    May 1, 2020 

Cold Storage: New and Emerging Technologies

The coronavirus global pandemic turned the food supply chain on its head during the first quarter of 2020, but one thing it didn't have an adverse effect on was the demand for cold storage, which... Full story

 
 By Karen Robes Meeks    Features    May 1, 2020 

Integrated Marine Systems: 30 Years of Innovation

Innovation has always been part of Integrated Marine Systems' history. The company originated from the corner of a shipyard in Port Townsend 30 years ago, where the business had been outfitting... Full story

 

Op-Ed: Fishing and the Rural/Urban Divide

I have spent a lot of time recently thinking about the rural/urban divide in Washington and Oregon, and how we see that working out with commercial fisheries. Probably the most obvious example of conflict between the two entities lies in a... Full story

 

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