By Becca Clark
Wrangell Sentinel reporter 

Advocates hope seafood consumption survey leads to higher water quality standards

 

March 21, 2024



WRANGELL — Clean water advocates believe a seafood consumption survey among Wrangell residents might help in their push for higher water quality standards.

Together, the Wrangell Cooperative Association and the Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission will conduct a survey in Wrangell to determine the quantity and types of seafood community members consume.

The goal of the survey is to update the region’s outdated fish consumption rate, said Esther Aaltséen Reese, WCA tribal administrator. The metric is used by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the state to help determin...



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