Retrouvez The Distribution of Subsistence Herring Eggs from Sitka Sound, Alaska et des millions de livres en stock sur Amazon.fr. Herring Egg Harvest in Sitka Store Outside Your Door The Store Outside Your Door webisode series highlights traditional foods from around Alaska. Noté /5. The Pacific herring population in Prince William Sound collapsed in 1993, 4 years after the Exxon Valdez oil spill. He grew up harvesting herring eggs and as we wind our way through the harbor, he tells me about his family and said subsistence is in his blood. Some herring fans dunk their eggs in seal oil, while others mix them with mayonnaise. Achetez neuf ou d'occasion About four years ago Walcott, who is a part of the Alaska herring spawn-on-kelp pound fishery, reserved several of his kelp beds for Ketchikan Indian Community’s newly founded Herring Egg Giveaway. The herring eggs are found near Egg Island by Howard “Howie” Walcott of Klawock. At a potluck in April, organized by Sitka Tribe of Alaska, the star of the show is herring eggs. The cause has yet to be determined and the population has shown little sign of recovery. Zoe Trafton piles her plate with herring eggs at Sitka Tribe of Alaska’s annual potluck, celebrating the cultural and ecological importance of the forage fish. Fishermen catch herring and deposit them into floating pens called pounds along with kelp fronds. Instead of kelp, Walcott followed an Alaska Native tradition and used hemlock branches. The herring eggs are found near Egg Island by Howard “Howie” Walcott of Klawock. In Southeast Alaska, herring abundance is trending upwards since 1980. Each webisode takes you out to … Herring in a floating pound (Photo courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game) A lucrative commercial fishery for herring eggs on kelp is opening as expected near Craig and Klawock on Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska this spring. Overall, Alaska herring stocks are well managed for their long-term sustained yield.