January 6, 2014
This photograph was part of a collaboration between a fellow Bristol Bay set-netter, Lindsey Aspelund, and myself. Please take the time to open the link below so that you can see and read the piece that appeared in the January 2014 issue of Pacific Fishing Magazine. Pacific Fishing-House Bill 77 Thank you Don McManman, […]
December 10, 2013
So much has happened since the last time I posted about the waiting game that the Pebble Limited Partnership (PLP) was playing with the dangling of their mine permit application to the State of Alaska. One really big development was the withdrawal of one of the half-owners of the project, Anglo American. It gave opponents […]
June 4, 2013
Lately I have heard a lot about the uncertainty of waiting from those who are connected to the outcome of the proposed Pebble Mine development. There are a number of unknowns associated with the prospective project, but the biggest stressor by far is the Pebble Limited Parnership’s assertion that they have no mine plan. Senator […]
May 10, 2013
There are so many ways of finding and defining balance. When it comes to the fight for saving Bristol Bay salmon from the threat of large scale mining, namely the proposed Pebble Mine, science and emotion are to be considered. In the situation that I speak of my emotions do run high and it can […]
April 23, 2013
Moving forward from one year ago today, many highlights come to mind. The first being the overwhelming response to the comment period that commenced after the EPA opened it’s draft Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment to public review. I had the privilege of witnessing two of the meetings that took place within the Bristol Bay region […]
April 19, 2013
Today I spent the day in Dillingham and snapped photos of many murals that represent the pride associated with fish, namely salmon, in the community. In my opinion it is not necessary to say too much about them because the works speak for themselves. I will say that most of them, if not all, can […]
January 31, 2013
A year has passed and then some since my first post in fish*wine*ski and I didn’t want the whole month of January to go by without posting something. I have been enjoying a little of each of my favorite things, but not a lot of any. It’s all right, it’s okay, my love for fish, […]
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