Ocean Peace is a member of the Groundfish Forum and the Alaska Seafood Cooperative.

The Forum worked with the North Pacific Fishery Management Council to develop Amendment 80, which rationalized the non pollock catcher/processor sector and allocated quota to its participants.

The allocation of quota and the scientific management of the fishery help ensure the long-term sustainability of the species harvested under Amendment 80. The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)  and Alaska   Responsible Fisheries Management (RFM) Programs have certified the flatfish, cod, and pollock caught by the Amendment 80 vessels as long-term sustainable. 

In addition to these certifications, each Amendment 80 vessel carries two independent, government-trained observers who monitor 100% of our fishing activities and provide data for use in management and research.  To learn more about our fishery, visit the above websites or the North Pacific Fishery Management Council program Summary.

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