EIN 92-0057726

Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture

IRS 501(c) type
501(c)(3)
Num. employees
93
City
Ketchikan
State
Year formed
1976
Most recent tax filings
2019-06
Financials as of 2019-06
Revenues
$11.8m
+$1m
14.1%
 
$7m: Royalties
 
$2m: Grants & donations
 
$1m: Govt grants
 
$948k: Misc other revenues
Expenses
$10.4m
+$340k
3.4%
 
$4m: Expense, other
 
$3m: Salaries, non-officers
 
$1m: Emp benef, other
 
$2m: Misc other expenses
Assets
$26.7m
+$2m
6.9%
 
$15m: Bldg & equip
 
$11m: Cash
 
$447k: Savings
 
$369k: Misc other assets
Liabilities
$10m
+$321k
3.3%
 
$9m: Notes & mortg pay
 
$1m: Accts pay
Description
Enhance and rehabilitate salmon production in Southern Southeast Alaska to the optimum social and economic benefit of salmon users. Enhance and rehabilitate the salmon resources in Southern Southeast Alaska to the optimum possible economic and social ...
Also known as...
Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association

Program areas at Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture

Chum - SSRAA programs are established to enhance and rehabilitate salmon production in southern Southeast Alaska to the optimum social and economic benefit of salmon users. The expenditures related to producing returning adult salmon is accomplished through operation of seven hatcheries and six remote release sites. The Southeast Alaska commercial salmon fleets are the largest benefactors catching SSRAA salmon. In 2018 there were 313 SE seine permit holders, 474 SE drift gillnet permit holders, 920 State hand troll permit holders, and 958 State power troll permit holders. Each of these fishermen is an independent small business. In addition to the commercial fleets there are several hundred commercial sport charter businesses, non-guided resident sport fishermen, personal use fisherman, and subsistence fisherman benefiting from SSRAA salmon returns. The 2019 SSRAA chum fry release was 194.1 million.From the releases of SSRAA chum fry returning as adults the chum salmon program generated $14,974,749 in exvessel value to the commercial fleet in 2018. The wholesale value to regional communities is approximately twice that amount.
Coho - SSRAA programs are established to enhance and rehabilitate salmon production in southern Southeast Alaska to the optimum social and economic benefit of salmon users. The expenditures related to producing returning adult salmon is accomplished through operation of seven hatcheries and six remote release sites. The Southeast Alaska commercial salmon fleets are the largest benefactors catching SSRAA salmon. In 2018 there were 313 SE seine permit holders, 474 SE drift gillnet permit holders, 920 State hand troll permit holders, and 958 State power troll permit holders. Each of these fishermen is an independent small business. In addition to the commercial fleets there are several hundred commercial sport charter businesses, non-guided resident sport fishermen, personal use fisherman, and subsistence fisherman benefiting from SSRAA salmon returns. The 2019 SSRAA coho smolt release was 11 million.From the releases of SSRAA coho smolts returning as adults the coho salmon program generated $3,855,666 in exvessel value to the commercial fleet in 2018. The wholesale value to regional communities is approximately twice that amount. SSRAA coho returns also have a strong positive impact on local sport, personal use, and subsistance opportunity.
Chinook - SSRAA programs are established to enhance and rehabilitate salmon production in southern Southeast Alaska to the optimum social and economic benefit of salmon users. The expenditures related to producing returning adult salmon is accomplished through operation of seven hatcheries and six remote release sites. The Southeast Alaska commercial salmon fleets are the largest benefactors catching SSRAA salmon. In 2018 there were 313 SE seine permit holders, 474 SE drift gillnet permit holders, 920 State hand troll permit holders, and 958 State power troll permit holders. Each of these fishermen is an independent small business. In addition to the commercial fleets there are several hundred commercial sport charter businesses, non-guided resident sport fishermen, personal use fisherman, and subsistence fisherman benefiting from SSRAA salmon returns. The 2019 SSRAA chinook smolt release was 3.2 million.From the releases of SSRAA chinook smolts returning as adults the chinook salmon program generated $2,431,048 in exvessel value to the commercial fleet in 2018. The wholesale value to regional communities is approximately twice that amount. SSRAA chinook returns also have a strong positive impact on local sport, personal use, and subsistance opportunity.

Form 990s for Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2019-062021-01-28990View PDF
2018-062019-08-02990View PDF
2017-062018-06-14990View PDF
2016-062017-09-14990View PDF
2015-062016-08-01990View PDF
...and 5 more Form 990s

Who funds Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
GrantmakerDescriptionAmount
Douglas Island Pink and Chum IncorporatedCommon Prop Fisherie$2,100,000

Grants made by Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture

GranteeGrant descriptionAmount
Northern Southeast Regional Aquaculture AssociationWild/hatchery Straying Study
 Subscribe to view████$░,░░░

Financials for Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture

RevenuesFYE 06/2019
Total grants, contributions, etc.$3,416,665
Program services$823,040
Investment income and dividends$124,910
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$7,460,661
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$11,825,276

Personnel at Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture

NameTitleCompensation
David LandisGeneral Manager$127,708
Bret HiattOperations Manager
Bill GassProduction Manager
 Subscribe to viewAssistant Production Manager
 Subscribe to viewMaintenance Manager
...and 23 more key personnel

Organizations like Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture

OrganizationLocationRevenue
Boone and Crockett ClubMissoula, MT$3,788,908
Alaska Sealife CenterSeward, AK$7,806,179
San Diego Humane Society and SPCASan Diego, CA$42,263,664
San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty To Animals (SFSPCA)San Francisco, CA$45,482,836
Northern Southeast Regional Aquaculture AssociationSitka, AK$20,826,540
Florida AquariumTampa, FL$22,244,475
Washington State Horse Park AuthorityCle Elum, WA$4,454,510
Zoo Miami Foundation (ZSF)Miami, FL$6,402,713
The North Carolina Aquarium SocietyRaleigh, NC$9,026,302
Lincoln Childrens ZooLincoln, NE$7,876,478
Friends of Tracy AviarySalt Lake City, UT$4,187,079
Grayson-Jockey Club Research FoundationNew York, NY$3,986,794
Community Action PartnershipWashington, DC$3,818,451
Xerces SocietyPortland, OR$6,311,044
St Nicholas Center for ChildrenLake Charles, LA$5,662,779
Commonwealth Zoological Corporation (CZC)Boston, MA$20,267,410
Humane Society International (HSI)Washington, DC$21,764,889
American Bird Conservancy (ABC)The Plains, VA$21,440,001
Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP)Washington, DC$7,238,554
Marin HumaneNovato, CA$9,931,657
New England Fishery Management Council (NEFMC)Newburyport, MA$4,205,916
Connecticut Humane SocietyNewington, CT$15,069,897
Animal Rescue League of BostonBoston, MA$9,836,847
Humane Society of Washington County IncorporatedHagerstown, MD$4,186,402
Oregon Humane SocietyPortland, OR$23,414,716
Nonprofit Types
Issues
Characteristics
Key performance indicators
Total revenues
$11,825,276
2019
Yearly growth
14.1%
% of revenues
n/a
Total expenses
$10,417,906
2019
Yearly growth
3.4%
% of expenses
n/a
Total assets
$26,741,915
2019
Yearly growth
6.9%
% of assets
n/a
Num. employees
93
2019
Yearly growth
0%
% of total
n/a
General information
Address
14 Borch Street
Ketchikan, AK 99901
Website URL
ssraa.org/ 
Phone
(907) 225-9605
IRS details
Fiscal year end
June
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
1976
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
Yes
Categorization
NTEE code, primary
D20: Animal Protection and Welfare
NAICS code, primary
813410: Civic and Social Organizations
Parent/child status
Independent
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