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(a) An applicant for an educational entry permit may apply for a permit only in a fishery that occurs in an administrative area, as described in 20 AAC 05.230, that borders upon the public school district in which the applicant is located.
(b) An applicant may apply for only one permit in a fishery.
(c) The commission will not issue an educational entry permit if
(1) it determines that the issuance would interfere with the conservation and sustained yield management of the fishery resource and the economic health and stability of the fishery;
(2) the issuance would cause the total number of permits issued in that fishery to increase by more than one half of one percent; or
(3) the commission has already issued five educational entry permits in that fishery.
(d) The commission will not issue an educational entry permit in the following fisheries:
Salmon Yakutat set gillnet fishery Prince William Sound set gillnet fishery Cook Inlet purse seine fishery Kodiak beach seine fishery Kodiak set gillnet fishery Chignik purse seine fishery Alaska Peninsula Aleutian Islands purse seine fishery drift gillnet fishery set gillnet fishery Upper Yukon gillnet fishery fish wheel fishery Norton Sound gillnet fishery Roe Herring Southeastern Alaska purse seine fishery Prince William Sound purse seine fishery gillnet fishery Kodiak purse seine fishery gillnet fishery Combined roe herring and herring Cook Inlet purse seine fishery Southeastern Alaska gillnet fishery Nelson Island gillnet fishery Lower Yukon (Cape Romanzof) gillnet fishery Norton Sound beach seine fishery Nunivak Island gillnet fishery Crab Southeastern Alaska red and blue king crab pot fishery brown king crab pot fishery Tanner crab pot fishery Sablefish Northern Southeast Inside sablefish longline fishery Southern Southeast Inside sablefish longline fishery sablefish pot fishery Herring Spawn on Kelp Pound Prince William Sound herring spawn on kelp pound fishery
(e) If more than one application is received for a single available educational entry permit, the commission will select the successful applicant based upon the quality of the proposed program as described in the application submitted. In making the selection, the commission will consider at least the following factors:
(1) the cost of the program relative to the number of students who will benefit from it;
(2) the extent to which classroom instruction supports fishery experience;
(3) the burden, as indicated by program design, that the program will have on the fishery resource; and
(4) the applicant's and benefitting students' physical, cultural, geographic, and economic ties to the fishery.
History: Eff. 3/8/91, Register 117
Authority: AS 16.43.340
AS 16.43.381 (b)
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