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Informational Session: Yukon River Agreement Concerning Canadian-Origin Chinook Salmon

Informational Session: Yukon River Agreement Concerning Canadian-Origin Chinook Salmon
Tuesday, March 19th, 2024
6:30-8:00 pm

Commissioner Doug Vincent-Lang and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game will hold a public meeting to share information regarding the Yukon River Agreement Concerning Canadian-Origin Chinook Salmon on Tuesday, March 19th, 2024 from 6:30-8:00 pm at Pike’s Waterfront Lodge in Fairbanks, AK and by web/teleconference.

This meeting will be an informational session only. Members of Fish & Game Advisory Committees will be invited to share feedback with the department, and if time allows, additional feedback will be invited from the public. Advisory Committee members and the public may participate in the meeting in-person, online, or by telephone.

A copy of the agreement under consideration is attached to this notice:

Join the meeting online
(full link for SOA employees: )

Dial in: (669) 444-9171 or  (888) 475-4499 Toll Free
Meeting ID: 849 7628 4686
Passcode:   CHINOOK

To join the meeting from a computer or your mobile phone, use the meeting link above or dial in and enter the meeting ID.  Participants joining remotely will not be able to unmute themselves until the moderator calls on them. To be recognized by the moderator, please use the “raise hand” feature in the meeting or press *9 if participating by phone.

Fish & Game Advisory Committees are local groups that meet to discuss fishing and wildlife issues and to provide recommendations to Alaska Board of Fisheries and Alaska Board of Game. All meetings are open to the public. Advisory Committees are intended to provide a local forum on fish and wildlife issues. Their purpose includes: 1) developing regulatory proposals, 2) evaluating regulatory proposals and making recommendations to the appropriate board, 3) providing a local forum for fish and wildlife conservation and use, including matters relating to habitat, and 4) cooperating and consulting with interested persons and organizations, including government agencies, and encourage youth and elder involvement in committee activities.

If you are a person experiencing a disability who needs a special accommodation to participate in these public meetings, please contact the regional coordinator no later than 48 hours prior to the meeting to make any necessary arrangements.

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