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On August 10 — Alaska Wild Salmon Day — join photographer/author Amy Gulick as she shares stories and images from her award-winning book, “THE SALMON WAY: An Alaska State of Mind.” Amy will be joined by Ketchikan artist Ray Troll for this special celebration of the salmon way of life in Alaska.
In Alaska, salmon bring people together. On rivers, bays, and lakes, salmon people gather for the seasonal bounty. In kitchens, harbors, and fish camps, they strengthen ties with family and friends, communities and cultures. The story of salmon in Alaska is the story of the people who hold these remarkable fish in their hearts and minds.
- Amy Gulick, author of The Salmon Way: An Alaska State of Mind
- Ray Troll, Ketchikan artist
- Melanie Brown, Indigenous Alaskan commercial fisherman
EVENT SPONSORS: SalmonState, Braided River, and International Year of the Salmon
EVENT PARTNERS: International League of Conservation Photographers, The Safina Center, Alaska Conservation Foundation, Salmon Nation, Alaska Wilderness League, Alaska Charters & Adventures, SeaLegacy, Girls Who Click, Salmon Sisters, Wild For Salmon, Pride of Bristol Bay, Alaskans Own, Catch 49, The Salmon Project, Eva’s Wild, One Fish Foundation, Popsie Fish Company,
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