If you’ve visited us before, you’ll notice we’ve redesigned our website. While still a work in progress, you’ll find a lot of useful information here. For tips on navigation, see “Web Site Navigation” on the FrontPage.
The Data section has been greatly expanded…Read More
An additional 10 million chum eggs were taken at Hidden Falls last summer for NSRAA’s new project at Southeast Cove near Kake. Net pens were constructed in early February; fry were transported later in February & are currently being reared at the site. These fish are...Read More
Salmon Enhancement in Southeast Alaska Since 1978
2013 Hidden Falls schedule (Harvest Plan, Assessment area map, Assessment Tax information)
The Northern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association (NSRAA) is a private non-profit corporation created to assist in the restoration and rehabilitation of Alaska’s salmon stocks, and to supplement the fisheries of Alaska by utilizing artificial propagation to enhance the availability of salmon to all common property users, without adversely affecting wild salmon stocks.Read More
We’ve been very fortunate over the years to have some very special people at NSRAA, both on our staff and our Board of Directors. Folks with a passion for their work, who aren’t satisfied with ‘status quo’ and have to always be testing new territory.Read More
NSRAA is seeking proposals for the licensing right to harvest a defined portion of chum and Chinook salmon at Medvejie/Deep Inlet Special Harvest Areas for the 2013 season.
Interested Salmon Buyers: please see the “Bid document” below for full details.
The Assessment Tax rate has yet to be finalized by the Department of Revenue, but is expected to be set at
for the 2013 season. The rate should be finalized by late-May.
The 2013 Deep Inlet Schedule was finalized at the spring NSRAA Board of Directors meeting. The schedule will be the same as last season (adjusted for dates) through July 27th. From that point on….