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A truck stops outside Douglas Island Pink and Chum to pump in water on Thursday following damage to a pipeline caused by a landslide on Dec. 3, 2020. (Ben Hohenstatt / Juneau Empire)

Landslide damages DIPAC’s freshwater supply

Many fish slated for release next spring were destroyed to preserve resources.

 

A male pink salmon fights its way up stream to spawn in a Southeast Alaska stream in August 2010. (Michael Penn / Juneau Empire File)

Study: Pink salmon could prosper in warmer Arctic waters

The findings bolster reports from Alaska subsistence fishermen.

 

Why are Alaska’s salmon shrinking?

Why are Alaska’s salmon shrinking?

Researchers have found an answer —and explored what it means.

Why are Alaska’s salmon shrinking?
Salmon derby soldiers on for 74th year
Salmon derby soldiers on for 74th year
A grizzly bear sow and cubs that are fishing for chum salmon in Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, northern Alaska. (Courtesy Photo / Matt Cameron, National Park Service)

Bears alert scientists to secret salmon streams

How could people have missed those salmon runs?

A grizzly bear sow and cubs that are fishing for chum salmon in Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, northern Alaska. (Courtesy Photo / Matt Cameron, National Park Service)
Sue Mauger, Cook Inletkeeper’s science and executive director, works in the Russian River. (Courtesy Photo | Joe Yelverton)
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What climate change means for Alaska’s rivers — and king salmon

A study finds some answers for Chinook salmon decline lie in freshwater rivers and streams.

Sue Mauger, Cook Inletkeeper’s science and executive director, works in the Russian River. (Courtesy Photo | Joe Yelverton)
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Some salmon return, but ‘not nearly enough’
Some salmon return, but ‘not nearly enough’
‘Devastating,’ meager chum salmon returns worry the fishing industry
‘Devastating,’ meager chum salmon returns worry the fishing industry
Connecting people to salmon in Alaska, the East Coast and the Midwest during COVID-19
Connecting people to salmon in Alaska, the East Coast and the Midwest during COVID-19
Salmonberries hang fat from a bush on a recent summer. (Courtesy Photo | Mary Catharine Martin)

Alaskan solace on a recent hike

Even if we are quarantined and we can only see spring arrive from our window.

Salmonberries hang fat from a bush on a recent summer. (Courtesy Photo | Mary Catharine Martin)
Opinion: The salmon way is worth fighting for

Opinion: The salmon way is worth fighting for

Alaska is our country’s last salmon state.

Opinion: The salmon way is worth fighting for
King fishing on for Southeast anglers
King fishing on for Southeast anglers
Anjuli Grantham shows off historic salmon canneries tin from a collection from the Karen Hofstad at the Alaska State Library’s Research Center for First Friday on Friday, June 7, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
Anjuli Grantham shows off historic salmon canneries tin from a collection from the Karen Hofstad at the Alaska State Library’s Research Center for First Friday on Friday, June 7, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
‘The salmon way’: Book explores connection between Alaskans and the resilient fish
‘The salmon way’: Book explores connection between Alaskans and the resilient fish
Salmon Derby dates set

Salmon Derby dates set

Get ready to chase those salmon.

Salmon Derby dates set
Salmon researchers: small Juneau hatchery helps with big ideas
Salmon researchers: small Juneau hatchery helps with big ideas
Hooked on salmon: Southeast and its fish keep filmmaker coming back
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Hooked on salmon: Southeast and its fish keep filmmaker coming back

Coming back to where he began, like a certain kind of fish.

Hooked on salmon: Southeast and its fish keep filmmaker coming back
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When Alaska salmon ‘go viral’

When Alaska salmon ‘go viral’

Alaska’s infamous salmon-related content never seems to die.

When Alaska salmon ‘go viral’
Scientists ID another possible threat to orcas: pink salmon
Scientists ID another possible threat to orcas: pink salmon