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NATURE RUNS ON SALMON IN ALASKA
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Fish are growing big in the habitat we’ve restored in Twelvemile Creek on Alaska’s Prince of Wales Island.
To be Haida means to share, says Native leader Anthony Christianson…and that includes salmon.
It’s no secret that people who live in the communities of Alaska’s Matanuska-Susitna Basin love their salmon. We’re working to keep the habitat for these fish in great shape.
In an estuary where salmon passage had been blocked for nearly five decades, we’ve restored a route for migrating fish in Southeast Alaska.
Alaska’s Bristol Bay is home to the largest runs of wild salmon on Earth. Nature, tradition and the economy all depend on the annual returns to the remarkable lakes and rivers of Bristol Bay.