WhaleFest speaker: Salmon our most valuable resource
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Salmon are Alaska’s long-term investment.
That view was voiced by cultural anthropologist and writer Richard Nelson during Sitka’s WhaleFest. The event includes a symposium addressing trends and developments in marine and coastal science.
In his speech, Nelson compared salmon to other natural resources.
Listen to iFriendly audio.
We’ll have other reports from the scientific symposium in the coming weeks.
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