The crisp, clean ocean water that graces its coast is filled with amazing, delicious seafood that is shipped all over the United States and world.
Today's technology allows fishermen to flash freeze their catch right on the boat in order to lock in the freshness and naturally amazing flavor that Alaskan seafood has.
The water in which this seafood thrives has much fewer toxins and other pollutants than in other parts of the world.
The clean water and preserved habitats in the ocean around Alaska help fish and other sea creatures to live and thrive.
Maintaining the state of the ocean is very important in order to secure the future of the fishing industry and allow Alaska to continue to provide 50% of U.
Developing sustainable fishing methods and putting them into practice is the best way to help Alaska continue to offer the world some of the finest seafood available.
Though there are plenty of other coastal states in the United States that also have fishing, Alaska separates and rises above the rest because of the unique and pristine waters that are along its coast.
The produce half of the United States' seafood because the waters there are full of sea life, but protecting that sea life is vitally important for the survival of the fishing industry up there.
Overfishing and the total exploitation of fish stocks happen all over the world and that is why regulation needs to take a bigger role in the fishing industry.
People are a part of the world and our actions have consequences, so in order to continue enjoying the amazing Alaskan seafood a little more attention must be paid to what is going on.
Conservation of habitats, tightly regulated fishing, and more public awareness are the things that are going to help Alaska continue to provide 50% of U.
People will always love seafood so it is important to make sure that they will be able to continue to eat and enjoy it far into the future.