Privately-owned businesses in Astoria are essential for the local economy and ensuring that dollars spent here stay here. But some businesses go beyond the Columbia-Pacific region to reach a wider market through shipping products online, through mail order or to other companies.
Name: F/V Redeemer
Pier 39 in Astoria will soon be home to a market with vendors selling hand-crafted products in the spirit of the area’s history of fishing and canning. The Hanthorn Cannery Market is slated to…
Vessel: Hilton’s Express
Describe what Englund Marine & Industrial Supply does and who it serves.
- Local businesses ship products across the U.S.
- Food delivery abounds south of Columbia, lacks to the north
- Columbia River Maritime Museum receives re-accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums
- After 36 years, Mestriches hand off Clatsop Power Equipment
- Boat of the Month, F/V Redeemer
- Local businesses offer natural bath and beauty products
- 'Pet Emporium' opens in Ocean Park
- Spring break very busy for local businesses
- Hanthorn Cannery Market seeking vendors
- Spectrum opens store in Warrenton
It’s been four or five years since Mike Shirley, a co-owner of Ilwaco Landing, has been able to land fresh Dungeness crab for Christmas. Shirley and other partners also own Fishpeople Seafood,…
Crabbers and other Pacific Northwest commercial fishermen are being asked to participate in an online survey being conducted to help the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration underst…
A landmark genetic study has concluded that spring-run and fall-run Chinook salmon are “fundamentally the same animal,” a conclusion with important implications for salmon recovery efforts and…
PACIFIC NORTHWEST — Commercial Dungeness crab fishermen in the Pacific Northwest had a relatively strong 2019-20 season, catching a combined 35 million pounds in Oregon and Washington, approxi…
ILWACO — It has been a better-than-expected year for salmon in the Columbia River, with Chinook, coho and steelhead returns all well above preseason forecasts. This is great news for recreatio…
ILWACO — The Columbia River Compact agencies of Oregon and Washington canceled a mainstem commercial gillnet fishery that was set for overnight Aug. 31-Sept. 1.
Yellowtail Rockfish, Sebastes flavidus
Fishpeople of Ilwaco
Vessel: Silver Cloud
Vessel: Coho King
ASTORIA — The outbreak of the covid-19 respiratory virus has rippled through seafood markets beginning starting with the Dungeness crab season in January and continues with the commercial salm…
Vessel: F/V PACIFIC VENTURE
The specialist publication Northwest Fishletter on Feb. 3 provided an overview of coming hatchery production increases in Washington state. Over the past 30 years, salmon production at hatcher…
Vessel: Amanda C
Lois Perdue and the team at Hampton Warrenton Mill hosted CEDR/Clatsop CC Small Business Development Center’s 29th annual Forestry Leaders Tour in September.
The Clatsop Forestry & Wood Products Economic Development Committee (CFEDC) invites you to the 29th annual community leader’s forestry tour on Wednesday, Oct. 2 from 7: a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour…
PACIFIC NORTHWEST — For a fourth consecutive year, the news hasn’t been good for Oregon and Washington commercial tuna fisherman.
For once, the Washington Farm Bureau isn’t sure what to say about a new rule proposed by a state agency.
CORVALLIS — Dungeness crab is Oregon’s leading commercial seafood product, bringing in an estimated $75 million in 2018, yet little is known about how far crabs will venture in search of food.
A potential casualty of clash with China
ASTORIA — Clatsop Community College is hosting the Tillamook Bay Community College Truck Driving Training Program in Astoria for area residents to have the opportunity to become CDL Certified …
ASTORIA — Clatsop County logger Jay Browning of J.M. Browning Logging Inc. of Astoria has been chosen as 2018 Operator of the Year for the Northwest Oregon Area.
ILWACO — The start of the 2018-19 commercial Dungeness crab season will be delayed "through at least" Dec. 30, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Friday afternoon.
SOUTH BEND — Over the past decade, many Washington-based seafood processors have been gutted. Increased regulations, labor wages and shipping costs have eroded margins and stifled growth, part…