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Posted in Conservation, General, Pebble Mine, salmon, Wildlife, tagged Bristol Bay, get off your ass and give a shit, Pebble, salmon, Savor Bristol Bay, sockeye, Trout Unlimited on June 11, 2010| Leave a Comment »
What: Savor Bristol Bay – 2010 Kick-off Celebration
Where: South Anchorage Farmer’s Market
When: June 19th 9am – 2pm
Get ready to Savor Bristol Bay this summer! Join Trout Unlimited as we celebrate the start of the Bristol Bay fresh salmon season. Test your taste buds as three local chef’s step up to the grill for a Salmon Cook-off (you get to vote!), learn tips and tricks on how to fillet salmon, and bring your kids to do fish printing! Also be sure to stop by the Trout Unlimited booth to learn more about how you can help protect Bristol Bay.
9:30-10:30 Fillet Demonstration
11- 12:30 Bristol Bay Salmon Cook-off
10- 2 Kid’s Fish Printing
Contact: Nelli Williams firstname.lastname@example.org or 230-7121
Posted in Conservation, Fishing, General, Pebble Mine, salmon, Travel, tagged Alaska, eat wild salmon, Kenai River, made from the best stuff on earth, omega-3, Russian River, scramble, sockeye salmon on August 10, 2009| Leave a Comment »
A little leftover Alaskan sockeye salmon grilled the night before. Crumbled into small pieces sauteed in a bit of butter with some white onion. Salt and pepper to taste. Whip in 3 eggs. Scramble. Serve with fresh scallions.
Eat Wild Salmon.
National Parks Conservation Association is hosting a showing of Red Gold.
April 21, 2009 @ 7pm
Alaska Wild Berry Theater
5225 Juneau Street
For more information or to RSVP, contact:
Melissa Blair, Alaska Field Representative
907.277.6722 ext.205 or email@example.com
Posted in Conservation, Pebble Mine, Travel, Trout, Wildlife, tagged ain't over 'till you win, Bristol Bay, get involved, Pebble Mine, Renewable Resources Coalition, speak up, town hall on March 13, 2009| Leave a Comment »
The Renewable Resources Coalition wants to hear your thoughts on how we can protect Bristol Bay and the world’s largest wild sockeye salmon fishery. We’re holding open town hall meetings in Anchorage with more to follow soon. You’ll have the chance to share ideas and talk with your neighbors. Shannyn Moore and Anders Gustafson will host the discussion. We want your ideas!
Spread the word – because protecting Bristol Bay is good business.
March 17th, 2009
University of Alaska, Anchorage
Rasmussen Hall, Room 110
TIME: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
March 19th, 2009
11801 Brayton Dr., South Anchorage
TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
On Monday the petitions were turned in to the Division of Elections with the names of approximately 60,000 people here in Alaska [including myself, the Mrs., and the rest of the crew] that support the Clean Water Initiatives. If you remember I tried to shed a little light on the issue and to put into perspective the opposition against the initiatives.
What you may not know is that the State of Alaska, Governor Palin and her Administration tried to stop the initiatives from showing up on the ballot in November for the same reasons the Alaska Federation of Natives voted overwhelmingly to oppose the initiatives back in October.
Can’t put in jeopardy mining in Alaska, but it is okay to jeopardize one of the last remaining strongholds for sockeye salmon in the world.
You can read all about it in an article written by Steve MacDonald from KTUU News.
The lastest is that Felt Soul Media is planning to complete Red Gold this March and a world premier at the Telluride Mountainfilm Festival in May. If by some chance you forgot what it’s all about…a friendly reminder.