The United States Central Gulf of Alaska Rockfish Cooperative Program was implemented to address economic instability in Kodiak, Alaska, caused by an intense race to fish, fleet overcapitalization, shrinking seasons and timing conflicts with other fisheries. The program is designed to protect historical fishing communities and jobs by extending secure fishing privileges to eligible Cooperatives in tandem with associated delivery restrictions to processors. Key design elements for this program include shareholder eligibility requirements, Cooperative formation, concentration caps, delivery restrictions, prohibition of discards, and sideboard limits, which are catch limits that keep rockfish participants from exceeding their historical levels of participation in other fisheries during the month of July.
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Title: Catch Shares in Action: United States Central Gulf of Alaska Rockfish Cooperative Program
Publication date 2013-01-01
Publication Year 2013
, Jos Hill
Environmental Defense Fund
North America / United States (Western) / Alaska
, central gulf
, pilot program
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