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People speak up for salmon in Alaska

Love for Salmon Brings Alaskans Together

In Alaska’s Tongass and in Bristol Bay, people are speaking up for wild salmon. It’s not surprising – polling by The Nature Conservancy showed 96 percent of those surveyed in Alaska believed salmon “is essential to the Alaska way of life.” 

You can hear Alaskans speaking up in radio messages on many public radio stations in Alaska, or you can listen to them here:

These messages are brought to you by the Alaska Sustainable Salmon Fund, Sitka Conservation Society, Trout Unlimited, and The Nature Conservancy.

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