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Slow Fish: An Idea Whose Time has Come in Alaska?

By | December 6, 2013

Photo courtesy Slow Food International.

Photo courtesy Slow Food International.

Alaskans have always enjoyed and defended their fish. We love our clam beaches, most of us oppose fish farming and many of us have our own special recipes not only for cooking, but preserving salmon and other fish.  Alaska’s remoteness has helped to protect its fisheries, but in more populated parts of the world, small-scale local fisheries are threatened by habitat degradation and outside-owned fleets.

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HOST: Steve Heimel, Alaska Public Radio Network

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