Alaska's Pollock Industry Faces Uncertain Future

Alaska’s billion dollar pollock industry sustains thousands of well-paying jobs, from boat captains and deckhands to the processors who transform pollock into oil, fake crab and fish sticks. But as the Bering Sea warms, the future of pollock is growing increasingly uncertain. Nat Herz (@Nat_Herz) of Alaska’s Energy Desk reports.

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