Report identifies ways to rejuvenate Alaska's commercial fishing fleet

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Via Phys.org

"Of the permits remaining in rural Alaska today, an increasingly older population holds them, a trend known as the 'graying of the fleet.' In 1975, fishermen age 40 and under held about half of all rural local permits. By 2016, that figure had nearly been cut in half. The typical fisherman working today is over 50 years old, a decade older than a generation ago."

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