SALMONFEST AUG. 3-5, 2018
We're looking for a team of volunteers, salmon advocates and zero waste activists to help make Salmon Fest a fun experience that aligns with our values for clean water and healthy habitat.
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We've been monitoring stream temperatures across the Cook Inlet watershed since 2002. It is clear that salmon are already experiencing thermal stress and that, over the next 50 years, more streams will get warmer more often.
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From the inletkeeper blog
1,000 Donations by July 15th This year, every week has felt like a new assault on our democracy. And lately it seems like the very fabric of compassion that binds us together as human beings is being torn to shreds. Frankly, I don’t really feel like celebrating right now. Right here in Alaska some […]
Yay! We partnered with the Homer Folk School and Stowaway Cafe to bring you a summer series of workshops that will take your love for salmon to a whole new level! From dialing in your skills with a fillet knife, or recipes of all kinds, to a detailed exploration of salmon science and getting […]
In March, Cook Inletkeeper’s Central Peninsula team had the opportunity to travel to Juneau along with three Alaskan fisherpoets to meet with our elected officials. Here are reflections on the trip from two fisherpoets, both lifelong Alaskans who made the trip to Juneau for the first time. Commercial fishing in with my father in Cook […]