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Your Cook Inletkeeper Summer Newsletter- June 10, 2013


Morels. Cranes. Salmon. It’s finally summer in Alaska!

Our summer newsletter is now available for viewing on Inletkeeper.org.

Please take a look and share it freely - we count on you to help spread the word about the important work we all do together.

Even if you're a dedicated reader of our Keeper Updates, you may find some unexpected gems in this newsletter. Did you know bears can pull out metal pipes buried three feet into the stream bottom? Cook Inletkeeper Science Director, Sue Mauger found that out the hard way working on our salmon stream temperature monitoring project.

Looking for older Cook Inletkeeper newsletters? Our newsletter archive has them all.

Your continued support is vital to ensuring the clean water and healthy fisheries we all depend on. Thank you, and from all of us at Cook Inletkeeper, have a great summer.

Yours for Cook Inlet,
Bob Shavelson
Executive Director

Established in 1995, Cook Inletkeeper is dedicated to protecting Alaska's Cook Inlet watershed and the life it sustains.

www.inletkeeper.org | keeper@inletkeeper.org


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