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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 16. Fish and Game
- Chapter 40. Commercial Use of Fish and Game
- Section 199. Definitions.
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. Finfish Farming Prohibited.
AS 16.40.199. Definitions.
In AS 16.40.100
- (1) "aquatic farm" means a facility that grows, farms, or cultivates aquatic farm products in captivity or under positive
- (2) "aquatic farm product" means an aquatic plant or shellfish, or part of an aquatic plant or shellfish, that is
propagated, farmed, or cultivated in an aquatic farm and sold or offered for sale;
- (3) "aquatic plant" means a plant indigenous to state water or that is authorized to be imported into the state under a
permit issued by the commissioner;
- (4) "commissioner" means the commissioner of fish and game;
- (5) "hatchery" means a facility for the artificial propagation of stock, including rearing of juvenile aquatic plants or
- (6) "insignificant population" means a population of shellfish that, in the determination of the commissioner,
would not attract and support a commercial fishery for that species of shellfish and the harvest and sale of the shellfish would not
result in significant alteration in traditional fisheries or other existing uses of fish and wildlife resources if the population were
included within an aquatic farm site;
- (7) "positive control" means, for mobile species, enclosed within a natural or artificial escape-proof barrier; for
species with limited or no mobility, such as a bivalve or an aquatic plant, "positive control" also includes managed
cultivation in unenclosed water;
- (8) "shellfish" means a species of crustacean, mollusk, or other invertebrate, in any stage of its life cycle, that is
indigenous to state water or that is authorized to be imported into the state under a permit issued by the
- (9) "stock" means live aquatic plants or shellfish acquired, collected, possessed, or intended for use by a hatchery or
aquatic farm for the purpose of further growth or propagation.
Article 03. FINFISH FARMING
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