The Members-Only Alaskan's Own (AO) Fall Seafood Sale has begun!
As a small gesture of thanks for your support, please note that Alaskan's Own offers you, our members, first pick of all Alaskan's Own products before opening the fall sale to the general public. Thank you for supporting wild fish and local fishermen!
Please make any orders by October 17th, 2016 as we will open up all sales to the general public on that date. More importantly, ordering by October 17th 2016 saves you shipping costs! All bulk sales, prawn sales and Holiday Boxes ordered by the 17th will be delivered with the normal October CSF pick-up. Can't place an order by the 17th? Not a problem, we will be taking orders while supplies last!
No freezer space? Simply place your order to reserve your seafood and we will store the order for you and ship it on the date of your choosing!
If you are an Alaskan's Own Member please contact the AO team at email@example.com or call (907)-747-3400 to reserve your Seafood while supplies last! Not an AO member? Contact the AO team and sign up today! Because this is a special offer for members, the only way to order is by phone or email, please contact us anytime with questions or to reserve your seafood! Thank you!
Alaskans Own is a non-profit, community supported fishery program. By participating in Alaskans Own, you are taking the health of wild fisheries and Alaska’s coastal communities into your own hands.
How does it work?
You pay up front for a share. For every month of the fishing season you receive a mix of seasonal, responsibly-caught Alaskan fish. Your money supports community fishermen, conservation research and fisheries advocacy to make sure we all have fish for generations to come.
who we are
Alaskans Own is part of the Alaska Longline Fishermen's Association (ALFA): an alliance of over 150 small-boat fishing families who are committed to fighting for good fisheries policy and research supporting resource conservation.
what we do
Less than 1 percent of the fish caught in Alaska stays there. We're striving to change that by reconnecting the dots of the seafood supply chain, while pursuing innovative solutions to the problems facing local fishermen.
All six of our wild Alaskan species are individually landed by troll and longline fishermen. These gear types have some of the lowest impacts on the ocean environment, and produce some of the highest quality fish out there.