Friday, June 26, 2009

Eat Wild!

Tasty event coming up tomorrow in Anchorage.

Trout Unlimited and seafood company Arctic Choice are sponsoring Eat Wild! at the South Anchorage Farmers Market on O'Malley Road at Old Seward Highway.

The event is to raise awareness of what the Trout Unlimited folks feel is a big threat to the Bristol Bay sockeye run — the planned Pebble copper and gold mine.

Deckboss reckons he ought to stay neutral on that controversy.

But he's cool with letting you know that from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow, you can get free samples of grilled Bristol Bay sockeye at Eat Wild!


Anonymous said...

Wesley it is time for you to extract your head from where the sun don't shine. If you are to truly be a deck boss you can't waffle...Phisht

Anonymous said...

I do agree, if you care about the seafood industry in AK and all the young fishermen who hope to keep it alive for the next generation then how could you be "neutral" on Pebble which promises to hold millions of tons of sulfide laced mine waste upriver from Bristol Bay for ever - or until eventually it leaks out or spills down stream tainting the image of clean pristine Alaskan Salmon. Seems like a no-brainer.