Un-Silo Yourself

September 8, 2021

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In the chaotic world that we live in I think it is natural for people to attempt to make sense of things by categorizing them. Unfortunately this can lead to separating categories from each other completely and neglecting to see where intersections can take place across seemingly disparate topics. I live a life that is […]

Posted in: Culture, Wine

Splendid Table – 3 Junes

August 24, 2021

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Francis Lam is the host of the NPR syndicated food show called Splendid Table and it is a program that I have admired for some time now. On Sunday afternoons I enjoy listening to it on my radio in the kitchen as I cook dinner for my loves. I had the pleasure of meeting Francis […]

Posted in: Bristol Bay, Culture, Fish, Salmon

Save What you Love – a podcast

March 29, 2021

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Eva’s is Save spelled backwards and vice-versa. Eva’s Wild is a platform for placing your thinking around saving what you love and Mark Titus is the creator of this beautiful frame. He has integrated his love of fish and the wild places they are from with his art of filmmaking and synthesized this with activism […]

Posted in: Bristol Bay

Fish Head Soup

March 26, 2021

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This past summer I had the opportunity to share a recipe that was inspired by memories of my Umma’s cooking. It was also a wonderful way to share out my love of food and cooking and my first go at something akin to a cooking show. Slow Food USA graciously provided the space for this […]

Posted in: Recipe, Uncategorized

The Call to Protect Bristol Bay

March 25, 2021

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NowThis interviewed me and I got to talk about some things that I really care about. Here is the interview and if you would like to take action be sure to visit the Stop Pebble Mine Now web page. Thank you for taking the time to watch. Take good care, Mel

Posted in: Bristol Bay

Salmon (must) Read: The Salmon Way

May 31, 2019

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Amy Gulick, author of Salmon in the Trees, an amazing book that conveys so much of what salmon contribute to the landscapes that they return to upon migrating home, has produced another salmon book. THE SALMON WAY, an Alaska state of mind, intricately weaves the lives of Alaskans and their connections to salmon through photographs and storytelling. […]

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It’s Been a While-Still Fighting

May 2, 2019

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Hello Friends, I am still into the original things that I originally decided to center my writing on this site about. So much so that it has been difficult to find time to keep this blog going. It is time to dust it off and continue to share out into the world what needs to […]

Posted in: Bristol Bay, Culture, Fish, Salmon

Repost: Save Bristol Bay-Voices From the Bay

August 20, 2014

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  For those of you who have an interest in what is happening with the fight in Bristol Bay over the proposed Pebble Mine, this repost may be of special interest to you. We are in the midst of a 60 day comment period that will end on September 19th. If you care about wild […]

Posted in: Bristol Bay, Culture, Fish, Salmon

How Do You Measure Harm and Loss?

January 6, 2014

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  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, […]

Stand for Salmon Alaskans

December 10, 2013

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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 […]

Posted in: Bristol Bay, Culture, Fish, Salmon
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