WWF talks about seafood sustainability

by Sophie Evan on February 13, 2013

Wild Yukon and Kuskokwim River salmon stocks have dwindled in numbers over the past 20 years. With less fish returning from the Bering Sea to spawn, stake holders world-wide are realizing that the Bering Sea eco-system has to be protected. The Yup’ik people who call the Bering Sea their Qantaq, or bowl couldn’t agree more. The World Wildlife Fund is pro-active in bringing awareness to the world’s beauty and fragility, including eco-systems in the arctic regions.

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