Savor wild salmon samples and slide into the New Year with photos, videos and tales from Where Water is Gold: Life and Livelihood in Alaska’s Bristol Bay.
Join NPCA and some of the people who know Bristol Bay best to celebrate the new photo essay book that explores the treasured culture, scenery, wildlife and economy of this remarkable region which produces half of the world’s wild sockeye salmon.
Special guest presenters will include:
- Vic Fischer, former state Senator and delegate to the Alaska Constitutional Convention
- Anne Coray and Steve Kahn, authors and Lake Clark National Preserve homesteaders
- Dave Atcheson, author
- Carl Johnson, photographer
- Rhonda Wayner, commercial fisherwoman
Open to the public.
Tickets are $5. Click here to reserve in advance or pay at the door. Space is limited!
Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing. Proceeds from the event will benefit the National Parks Conservation Association and Alaska Marine Conservation Council’s efforts to protect the Bristol Bay watershed.
If you’re unable to join us on January 14, please learn more about the book and order your copy today. We hope you will explore and enjoy our national parks this year — and speak up for protecting these special places!