Regional aquaculture association hires new manager
January 6, 2022
Susan Doherty, who worked at the Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association from 1980 to 2017, will return to the hatchery operator as general manager starting Jan. 22.
Ketchikan-based SSRAA operates seven salmon hatcheries in Southern Southeast, including the Burnett Inlet hatchery on Etolin Island, about 25 miles south of Wrangell. The facility incubates mostly chum salmon, along with a small number of coho, according to SSRAA’s website.
Doherty will be the fifth general manager to run the association since it was created in 1976. SSRAA is funded by a 3% tax on commercial salmo...
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