This week the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced its next steps and deadlines regarding the Clean Water Act 404(c) process that could lead to protections for the Bristol Bay way and the salmon at the center of it. You can take action now to urge EPA to finish the job before next year’s salmon season.… Read More
For years, Alaskans have made it clear that trading salmon for copper and gold is a bad deal that they’re unwilling to make. And for good reason: Bristol Bay fishery is having another record-setting year, with over 65.5 million sockeye salmon returning to Bristol Bay.… Read More
We went to Seattle this month to celebrate the connection between Alaska salmon and the Pacific Northwest.
What we learned in our short Seattle stay is that many of our neighbors to the south understand the importance of protecting Alaska salmon and natural places. … Read More
If there’s one thing we learned from the last election cycle, it’s that Alaskans care about salmon. No, Alaska voters did not pass a ballot measure that would have strengthened and updated the law protecting salmon habitat, but “salmon love” ruled … Read More
Help us fight for the future of Alaska salmon Bristol Bay salmon broke all records this summer. The largest recorded run of sockeye salmon–an amazing 62.3 million–returned to Bristol Bay in 2018. This brought a collective sigh of relief to … Read More