Saturday, July 13, 2024

Kate Morse

Kate Morse

Commentary: A spectacular and joyous Salmon Jam

This year's Salmon Jam succeeded admirably, writes Kate Morse.

Commentary: It takes a watershed to raise salmon

Migrating fry from Mentasta Lake, near the headwaters of the Copper River, travel almost 300 miles down to the Gulf of Alaska, where they grow into adults and eventually return to Mentasta Lake and its tributaries to spawn and continue the life cycle in the very waters where their journey began.

Letter: Salmon Jam thanks community for support

Letter to the editor: We would like to send out a big thank you to all of the awesome volunteers, community partners, “spawnsors” and participants at this year’s Copper River Salmon Jam.

Top 10 reasons to host visitors during Salmon Jam

Looking for an easy time of year to host your visiting friends and family? Salmon Jam weekend, July 12-13, will keep your guests of all ages...

Morse: Watershed provides for food, shelter

This holiday season we have many things to be thankful for living in the Copper River watershed — in particular, the functioning, intact watershed...