There’s no food more pivotal in our local diet than Chinook, or King Salmon, but many of us are eating less of it these days. Stocks have declined, and are yet to fully rebound. In response, fish managers set severe fishing restrictions on the Yukon River, and subsistence windows on the Kuskokwim. But where are the tribes in all this? Should they have a say?
Join us Tomorrow for a Call in show : “The State of Our Salmon”, Thursday at 11am, right here on KYUK 640 AM.