Salmon Culture Lab

University of Alaska Southeast

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Explore the world of salmon culture!

This three day intensive course is geared towards those who are new to Alaska's salmonid enhancement programs, as well as seasoned fish culturists in need of professional development.
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Dates: Oct 26th-28th

FT 230 Alaska Salmon Culture Lab, 1cr. (Sitka)

CRN 78106

Credits: 1cr

Cost: $225.00

Duration: 3 Days

Dynamic Locations

Sitka, AK 57.0531° N, 135.3300° W

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Angie Bowers

Adjunct Faculty, Fisheries Technology

Phone: (907) 747-8878 ext.6


Topics Include

  • Eggtake Techniques
  • Incubation Equipment & Use
  • Feeding Techniques
  • Rearing
  • Pathology
  • Evaluation Methods

Students can expect to come away with more in-depth knowledge of salmon culture techniques as applied in Alaska's enhancement facilities. Lab includes both classroom and onsite hatchery work, as well as opportunities to interface with industry professionals.


The University of Alaska Southeast, Sitka Campus, has partnered with industry and regulatory agencies to develop programs that can meet this growing need for qualified personnel. Companies within the fisheries industry have donated scholarship money to make internship opportunities, training and work experience a large part of the education process.

The UAS Fisheries Technology Pathway to Employment Project is 100%
funded through a $2,507,463 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and
Training Administration Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College
and Career Training Grant. UAS is an AA/EO employer/program and
auxiliary aids & services are available upon request to individuals
with disabilities.

Course Registration Form

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