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Esquiro to end 30-year tenure at NSRAA

SITKA, ALASKA After nearly 30 years on the job, the manager of the Northern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association is retiring. Pete Esquiro took over the non-profit hatchery program in Sitka when it was only a year old. NSRAA now is arguably one of the state’s most successful regional aquaculture associations. Robert Woolsey has this look back at Esquiro’s career:
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