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Up close and personal with Devil's Canyon

Up close and personal with Devil's Canyon

Posted by Heather Leba at Aug 21, 2014 08:00 AM |

Living year-round in Talkeetna I have the privilege of seeing the Susitna River every day. On a beautiful Sunday morning recently I was able to see a part of it that few can, even though it is at the heart of one of the most contentious energy projects in the state. I traveled by jet boat 60 miles upstream of Talkeetna to Devil’s Canyon, an area of the river that hosts Class 6 rapids.

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West Side Slice of Paradise

West Side Slice of Paradise

Posted by Eric Booton at Aug 18, 2014 11:20 AM |

Only 45 miles west of Anchorage, but isolated by Cook Inlet, Beluga is a rugged bush town that's home to few, but a dream to many (including me).

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Warm and sensitive might be great traits in a partner but are the last thing a salmon is looking for in a stream

Warm and sensitive might be great traits in a partner but are the last thing a salmon is looking for in a stream

Posted by Sue Mauger at Aug 01, 2014 12:25 PM |

Unfortunately, about a quarter of the salmon streams we’ve been monitoring are already warm by salmon standards and highly sensitive to climate change impacts. Is your favorite salmon stream one of them?

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Stream restoration is no small task -  my first hand experience

Stream restoration is no small task - my first hand experience

Posted by Eric Booton at Jul 24, 2014 04:03 PM |

I have always been skeptical of PacRim Coal’s claims to fully restore the Chuitna river to current productivity after stripmining through the salmon streams and wetlands of the watershed; and after doing some stream restoration of my own, I remain increasingly skeptical and even more unsettled by the proposal.

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