Browsing All posts tagged under »proposed Pebble Mine«

Food Fight!

March 12, 2012


No, not the cafeteria-style kind of food fight that John Belushi initiated in Animal House. This food fight is between the Bristol Bay commercial sockeye salmon industry and multi-national mining conglomerate The Pebble Limited Partnership. The fight also includes the people who reside in the Bristol Bay region and have subsisted off of salmon for […]

Bristol Bay Salmon

March 9, 2012


Eaglecrest is calling, but I would like to share some interesting food news with you before I head out. This week Bon Appétit’s online magazine shared a piece by Four Fish author Paul Greenberg about which fish to eat if you are looking for responsible and sustainable seafood choices. The list also appears in the […]

A Fishing Mother’s Daughter

February 18, 2012


Earlier this fall my daughter was presented with the challenge of creating a drawing that would be adjudicated by the Juneau Public Library in a contest that would grant winners the honor of their entry being printed into a bookmark for the library system. Out of all the 4th graders who entered the contest, my […]

A Fisherman’s Prayer

February 1, 2012


Another season in Bristol Bay has come and gone. Another year of the tides replacing the time of the clock. Ebb and flow, in and out, breathe, pulse, set, pull, and pick. Elemental strength of nature harnessed within the objects of our harvest. They come in droves and sometimes it seems as if they are […]

"The one who watches over the land"

manifesto of a Southeast Alaskan village girl

Warrior Publications

Purpose: To promote warrior culture, fighting spirit, and resistance movements

CSM Photos' Blog

A photographic journal of my experiences as a freelance photographer...


One Woman at Sea, Trolling for Truth

Do Bianchi

Negotiating the Epistemologic Implications of Oenophilia


These boots were definitely made for walking!

The Jeep Experience

The Rookie Jeep and Outdoor Enthusiast

Wakawaka, Jr. Road School

A Road Trip to Education

the rainy kitchen

cooking through the rain in southeast alaska

the gypsy fish company

sustainable. wild. alaska.

¡Che! Parrilla

Proper Argentine Street Food

Rantings of an Amateur Chef - What works, and what doesn't!

Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews

Described as "A New Standard for Wine Reviews" by @kermitlynchwine

The Bubbly Professor

Excellent Adventures in Wine and Spirits Education

Evil Bottle

The Dark Side of Wine

Seler d'or

Vinous Aesthetics

Pure Alaska Salmon

eat it canned!

the fishing blues

tales of a fishing family

Fisher Poet

Fish is poetry.


News and Views From The Commercial Fishing Industry


the crushed grape, crying out for revenge