Pacific Northwest Seafood 101
Pacific Northwest Seafood 101

Welcome to Seafood 101

Awesome Seafood 101 KIRO Radio Seattle Kitchen interview with Capt. Michael Jackson, F/V Kelley J. MJ is a board member of the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association.

It's all about families cooking, eating and learning about healthy, safe and sustainable seafood.


Seafood 101 is a celebration of seafood and our thriving fishing and maritime industries.


Seafood 101 kicks off at the 2019 Fisherman’s Fall Festival set for Saturday, September 21, at Fishermen’s Terminal, and continues through National Seafood Month in October, and culminates with the annual Pacific Marine Expo, held from November 21-23 at Century Link Field Events Center.


So eat healthy with seafood and learn about its incredible nutritional value. Discover how government, business and community leaders are working together to achieve a sustainable, safe and strong fishing industry. Check out the economic value of the maritime and fishing industries and the diversity of career opportunities.


Seafood 101. Celebrate the journey from sea to market to table. Click on the videos below to watch our television ads.


The Port of Seattle gave our fishing industry a home!
Sockeye Salmon is the sustainable superfood!
Eat more cod! It's good for you!
Sustainable fisheries are good for today and tomorrow!

Seafood 101 Partners

Seafood 101 is sponsored by a unique partnership between business, industry associations and government. To learn more about each of the partners, please visit the sponsor page on this website.


Seafood 101 Presenting Sponsors: The Port of Seattle, Seattle Propeller Club, Pacific Marine Expo, National Fisherman Magazine, KOMO TV  and KIRO Radio 97.3FM.


Industry Sponsors: Alaska Seafood Cooperative, Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development AssociationFreezer Longline Coalition, Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers and the Groundfish Forum. 


Supporting Sponsors: Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers


Seafood 101 FriendsAlaska Ocean Observing Systems, At-sea Processors Association, Center of Excellence for Marine Manufacturing & Technology, Skagit Valley College, Economic Development Council of Seattle & King County, International Pacific Halibut Commission, King County Maritime, NOAA Fisheries, Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems, North Seattle Industrial Association, Northwest Marine Trade Association, Northwest Seaport, Pacific Marine Expo, Pacific Seafood Processors Association, Seafood Nutrition Partnership, Seattle Marine Business Coalition, and Washington Maritime Federation.

Take a Walking Tour of Fishermen’s Terminal

Here’s the information you need to take a self-guided walking tour of the Port of Seattle’s Fishermen’s Terminal. This guide details 18 points of interest and also helps you identify the different kinds of fishing boats moored at the Terminal, which celebated its Centennial in 2014.

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