The Kodiak Regional Aquaculture Association (KRAA) is a private nonprofit corporation formed in 1983 to manage salmon enhancement efforts formerly operated by the State of Alaska, Department of Fish and Game. During its formative first decade, KRAA achieved much through lake enrichment projects and, by 1994, supplemental sockeye production from stocking barren lakes reached significant levels. Since then, KRAA's contribution to the Kodiak Area salmon harvest has continued to expand, annually providing an average of over $5 million increased value to Kodiak's commercial fleet and more than 7.5 million adult salmon to the Kodiak Area.

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