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5 Bites of Salmon from The Salmon Project August 23, 2016


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Salmon, After the Ice Recedes
Just 70 years ago, Wolf Point Creek did not exist. A towering glacier stood where it is today. As the glaciers of Glacier Bay melt, salmon find new territories, teaching lessons about resilience and adaptation.  
Read the SalmonWorld story about new salmon runs in Glacier Bay. 

Child, You Make Us Happy
The lesson we learn from this gleeful child in Port Heiden: start 'em young! 
See the photo. 

Voices of the Chena

A new film features Alaska's wild salmon and the people of Fairbanks who work to keep them thriving in the heart of their community—the Chena River. This Friday, August 26th, Fairbanks residents can join their neighbors for a full screening of the film. In the meantime: 
Watch the film preview.  

The Many Faces of Alaska Salmon
Alaska produces the best wild salmon for the world seafood market. We all know the idyllic photos of fishing boats, but now you can see what Salmon Life looks like for Alaska's processing and logistics workers.   
Get the behind-the-scenes peek.


Providing for Family, and for Life
This beautiful photo from the #IAmInuit project shows the powerful union of salmon and Alaska's other wild resources in the subsistence life. 
See the photo, read the story. 
 

Thanks for reading! Happy fishing. 

Erin, Miriam & Zoé from The Salmon Project

 

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