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Kodiak Lobbyist admits Groundfish Catch Shares not needed

 

Just Take a Trawler and Processor Lobbyist’s Advice

Friday, Jul 12, 2013 — by Stephen Taufen — printed in Mirror on Tuesday, Jul. 16.

http://kodiakdailymirror.com/view/full_story/23106503/article-Just-Take-a-Trawler-and-Processor-Lobbyist-s-Advice  (subscription required)

Open the PDF below to see copy of an upcoming post on Fishery Nation website…

KDM_Take Advice of Trawler-Processor Lobbyist-Rev4FishNation 

 

Kodiak’s “Big-5″ Fish Processors file Rockfish catch share lawsuit #2

More on Rockfish Corruption... ”The  other rockfish lawsuit” — by Andrew Jensen, Alaska Journal of Commerce

  “Trident, Ocean Beauty, Westward Seafoods, North Pacific Seafoods and
International Seafoods of Alaska sue NMFS over rockfish program. ”       

  Read more: http://www.alaskajournal.com/Alaska-Journal-of-Commerce/Fisheries/#ixzz1lb7gNya0

See other recent articles at:  http://www.alaskajournal.com/Alaska-Journal-of-Commerce/Fisheries/

THE VERY AUDACITY THAT THESE PROCESSORS HAVE A RIGHT TO SHARE IN THE RENTS OF HARVESTERS WHO CATCH FISH AND ALREADY SUFFER MARKET POWERS THAT DEPRESS FISH TICKET PRICES! DO HARVESTERS THEREFORE HAVE RIGHTS TO SHARE IN THE ECONOMIC INTERMEDIARIES’ VALUE-ADDED PROCESSING ALL THE WAY FROM DOCKSIDE TO THE RETAIL READY STAGE?!?  If they want a split of the fishermen’s “20% or less” then we want a share of their “80% or more” globally.  States and nations must also concern themselves with picking up the social costs of this increasing price-fixing around the world.  Alaska sits on its duff and plays dumb to it all, and to Abusive Transfer Pricing and the FISHRON it indicates.  At least the fishermen pay USA taxes!

While we ready an update, read this PDF to learn about the corruption inherent in the RPP (Rockfish Pilot Program) Cooperative going back over a decade, which might be insight into how the legal case will see potential intervention or amicus filings by smaller processor(s): GlobalSfds_KodiakCityWS_Nov7-2006 

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Gulf of Alaska Trawl Bycatch Destruction of Halibut & Crab Fisheries

Groundswell has posted up on YouTube a video “GOA Trawl Bycatch” for friends and associates in the central Gulf of Alaska, re Kodiak Island grounds.  Kodiak was once ‘The King Crab Capitol of the World’ and now we barely have any crab fishing – due in large part to bottom trawling, no doubt.  It’s all about massive waste and destruction that harms the ocean resources, and can be found at:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YI7D7BpLsKM   Please watch it – using pause button when needed to read each slide…

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Alaska Crab Captains & Crews: Contracts Not Legally Binding?

North Pacific Fishery Management Council
206th Plenary Session – December 5-13, 2011
Anchorage Hilton Hotel

Public Comment (12/10/2011) by Stephen Taufen, Kodiak AK
C-4 BSAI Crab Stakeholder reports (5-year review issues)
(a) Crew compensation/active participation/excessive lease rates.

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Catch Shares are Illegal: aka Resource Theft – by Richard Grachek

Catch Shares Are Illegal: CATCH SHARES aka ITQ’S aka RESOURCE THEFT

A Groundswell webpost — author Richard Grachek:

Any form of quota trading leads to consolidation, as those with the deepest pockets win out.”

“The introduction of quota trading between member states could spell the end for many, if not all, of Scotland’s fishing communities.”

— Richard Lochhead, Scotland’s Environment Secretary – May 2011

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Cohen Commission Evidence Available – Net Cage Salmon

Farmed & Dangerous posts net-cage salmon aquaculture information re British Columbia:

Sept. 30, 2011 – Cohen Inquiry: Outcome of the disease & aquaculture hearings –  http://www.farmedanddangerous.org/newsletter/2011/09/3506/#cohen

“The disease and aquaculture hearings at the Cohen Inquiry have come to a close. While it wasn’t expected that a “smoking gun” would emerge during the hearings with headlines splashed all over the news, the victories for those working to protect BC’s wild salmon from the impacts of net-cage salmon farming were in the quality of information submitted as evidence that is now in the public domain, and available on the Cohen Commission website. “  Read more

“The Right to Know” How Fish Catch Shares Sausage is Made

THE RIGHT TO KNOW

Richard Grachek, Sept. 24, 2011

             “The people of this country, not special interest big money should be the source of all political power.”  Sen. Paul Wellstone

 In a representative government, the people have the right to know exactly how policies, laws, rules and regulations are arrived at, and most importantly, if there is any undue influence in that process.  Either we have that right, or we do not have a representative government.  If the people are left out and the laws and regulations are written by big business through their influence on agencies and bureaucrats, then we do not have a democracy, we have an oligarchy.

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Northwest States initiate fight with Alaska’s fishing interests over Catch Shares

August 25, 2011 – Special interests from Oregon and Washington state fishing community write congressional delegates in a political attack against Alaska regarding the North Pacific Fishery Management Council. 

Now that Deckboss.com has made the document public (eagerness over strategy), Groundswell has decided to release its searchable PDF for easier downloading.  Be sure to visit Deckboss though, as W. Loy has a good email posted involving concerns about reallocations of catch shares, by Oregon interests.  How convenient that after years of vote-counting and -rigging on the NPFMC, that as Alaska awakens to the need to protect its offshore interests, the other states clamor for more power.

These actions have effects on crewmembers’ rights that the NPFMC has relegated into oblivion, and for renewed needs for Transparency and Accountability, esp. re the CDQs (Community Development Quota) groups. For now, here’s the PDF: DOC_AppealtoWAORCong_Aug25_verY1

Update 9/15/11 – see website of the Alaska Journal of Commerce, Andrew Jensen article under Fisheries.  http://www.alaskajournal.com/Alaska-Journal-of-Commerce/September-2011/Washington-Oregon-crab-interests-take-aim-at-CDQs-Alaska-council-majority  /

ScoringAg News: IG Office cites USDA-AMS re COOL Law failures

United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Marketing Service pressured to enforce COOL Law now 
  

COOL Law Compliance

 

According to a September 12, 2011 News Release by ScoringAg: The Office of Inspector General has cited USDA-AMS for not enforcing the COOL Law. All Fish/Shellfish, wild and farm raised including handlers up to retail will be accountable for COOL labeling and traceback recordkeeping for one year. 

WE’RE HAVING TROUBLE WITH THE LINKS PROVIDED, SO USE THE www[dot]ScoringAg[dot]com WEBSITE TO LEARN MORE… 

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