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Creamy Tomato Basil Confit with Seared Halibut

In my opinion tomatoes are a fruit that really should only be eaten fresh while in season, though I am just as guilty as everyone else when it comes to buying them year round. 520 more words

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Bristol Bay Grounds Price Posted & Tails from Bristol Bay, short films of fishing families

A few major seafood processors, as of yesterday late afternoon, have posted grounds price for sockeye here in Bristol Bay, $1.20 a lb. plus $0.15 a lb. 59 more words

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Bristol Bay Commercial Salmon Fishing Timelapse Clip


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This clip was too cool not to share, it’s from Chris Miller’s BBRSDA‘s project bringing the web a photo a day from the Bristol Bay fishing grounds that you can find by following this… 309 more words

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Remember just a few weeks ago when we said bon voyage to the fishermen as they headed out to the fishing grounds? Here we are on July 10th and the season has come and now it goes. 363 more words

Si Kahn, whose songs have inspired many

Si Kahn, singer, songwriter, writer, community organiser, union activist and environmental campaigner will play in a joint festival fundraising concert with Anne Feeney at the Firkin Crane Centre on Thursday 31st July at 8.30. 187 more words


Putting up Fish

Fourth of July weekend at it’s finest, canning, stripping, smoking and putting up fish for winter is how my days were spent. It was a fifty fish weekend with fillet after fillet, cut and vacuum sealed to freeze, case after case of fresh salmon jarred, and a smokehouse working on being filled with strips to smoke. 224 more words

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Bristol Bay strongly opposed to the Pebble Mine Project

A good lesson we can all learn when we talk about the BBNC or the Bristol Bay Native Corporation is its strong preservation for their own land. 446 more words

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