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Colorful labels and characters from bygone era.
The fish tell a deeply human story.
Get ready to chase those salmon.
One fish, two fish, coed fish, Taku fish.
Coming back to where he began, like a certain kind of fish.
Alaska’s infamous salmon-related content never seems to die.
Officials say orcas are on the brink of extinction.
International Year of the Salmon brings people together for common goal.
Protecting Alaska’s environment is a sober challenge.
He’s got a fishy story.
Shimmer like a king salmon.
This is the fourth straight year that too few salmon were expected for there to be an allowable catch.
Jacks are an important part of most, if not all, sockeye runs.
Salmon were once abundant all over the world. Rivers and streams from Spain to Scandinavia were filled with them, as were Japan and Russia. North… Continue reading
I sat under the cover of a massive cedar tree on top of a steep hill hidden from Google Earth satellites, hoping a deer will… Continue reading
Salmon have always been and will always be a vital part of our culture, history and way of life.
Ballot Measure 1 is a solution looking for a problem.
If you are uncertain about how to vote on our Ballot Measure 1/Stand for Salmon on Nov. 6 because you’ve heard so many conflicting opinions,… Continue reading
Alaska is the last bastion for Pacific salmon.
A yes on Ballot Measure 1 is the answer Alaska’s salmon, and the people who rely on them, need.