An interesting half-page ad appears in today's Anchorage Daily News.
"Thank you to those who purchased, served or ate Bristol Bay wild salmon this season," says the ad, with 100 commercial fishermen signing on.
That support injected up to $368 million into Alaska's economy and supported 3,567 jobs, the ad says.
It bears the logos of three nonprofit organizations: Trout Unlimited, the Alaska Independent Fishermen’s Marketing Association and the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association.
The ad also directs people to the Save Bristol Bay website.
Of course, this is more than an outpouring of thanks. It's another shot in the campaign to block development of the Pebble copper and gold mine proposed for the distant headwaters of Bristol Bay.
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