Project looks to spark Alaska conversation on King salmon
Posted by Angela Denning | Mar 5, 2015
Free copies of “King of Fish” by David Montgomery are available at the Petersburg Library through Saturday. Photo/Angela Denning
Salmon is something that most Alaskans share. It holds different meaning to different people but it is a resource that is familiar to most. That commonality is what’s behind a non-profit called, “The Salmon Project” and a book drop initiative that’s in Petersburg this weekend.
Erin Harrington is the Executive Director of the Salmon Project and she talked with Angela Denning about their interest in wild salmon.
The book drop has already been to Sitka and Juneau in the Southeast.
It is happening at the Petersburg Library through Saturday with refreshments there Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m. Although these “King of Fish” books are free, the book drop is happening at the same time as the Friends of the Library book sale.
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