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Chinook wish list: science-based management, habitat protection, cooperation among user-groups

Chinook wish list: science-based management, habitat protection, cooperation among user-groups

Posted by Kaitlin Vadla at Apr 08, 2014 12:48 AM |

Earlier this year, the Department of Fish and Game prepared a report for the Board of Fisheries warning that the late-run of Kenai king salmon might not meet minimum escapement goals this summer.

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Confessions of a powderhound, the scoop from the sidelines

Confessions of a powderhound, the scoop from the sidelines

Posted by Eric Booton at Apr 01, 2014 04:15 PM |

It is no longer news that 97% of the world’s climate scientists agree that the climate-warming trends we have witnessed over the last century are in fact human caused and it is clear that our reliance on dirty energy are a major contributor. Organizer Eric Booton wonders what that means for the future of his favorite past-time and for the planet.

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Let the People Speak

Let the People Speak

Posted by Margo Reveil at Mar 24, 2014 02:06 PM |

Cook Inletkeeper Board Member Mike O’Meara had a unique perspective on the Exxon Valdez Oil spill. His view of the event as curator of the "Darkened Waters: Profile of an Oil Spill" exhibit captured the passion of that moment.

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Cook Inlet - A Bird's Eye View

Cook Inlet - A Bird's Eye View

Posted by Rachel Lord at Mar 16, 2014 12:55 PM |

Often our work brings us up in the air, and we never leave the ground without a camera to capture Cook Inlet from above!

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