Pioneers Make Innovative Use of Fish Waste

In Alaska, fish is an important component of daily life-as a form of food, the base of the seafood harvesting and processing industry and the target of a sport fishing tourism industry. But a few pioneers are testing out whether it might be a perfect supplement to farming in the state.

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Melati Kaye is a reporter at KDLG in Dillingham.

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