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Alaska is an adventurous, unique place to live and it’s safe to say the people that live here are just as outdoorsy and one-of-a-kind as their location is.Updated: Monday, 22-Dec-2014 MST I seem to be getting an increasing number of emails from people considering moving to Alaska who want information from a person who actually lives here. If you have a question not addressed on this FAQ, you may either post a comment/question to my Living in or moving to Alaska FAQ blog, or post a question or email me at my facebook page.The Alaska Board of Fisheries 2017–2018 Proposal Book is now available, with proposals for Prince William Sound finfish, Southeast and Yakutat finfish and shellfish, and Statewide (except Southeast and Yakutat) Dungeness crab, shrimp, and miscellaneous shellfish. The Board of Fisheries invites you to share your comments.Subsistence uses of wild resources exist alongside other important uses of fish and game in Alaska and are especially important for most rural families, who depend on subsistence hunting and fishing as sources of nutrition and cultural practices.An estimated 36.9 million pounds of wild foods are harvested annually by rural subsistence users.

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