Urban salmon battle litter, culverts and fish passage issues, loss of stream-side habitat and alterations of natural river contours. But there’s another culprit: toxic copper dust from the brake pads on our cars and trucks.
Since 2010, Cook Inletkeeper and partners have been educating boaters and fishermen in the Susitna Valley on the importance of clean boating practices.
Join us December 5, 2015 at 7 PM at Alice's Champagne Palace in Homer to celebrate our 20th year protecting clean water, healthy salmon and a vibrant democracy in the Cook Inlet watershed!
Inletkeeper is spearheading the development of an online food hub business for the Kenai Peninsula to increase food security, decrease food miles, fight climate change and strengthen our local communities.