How to Make a Salmon Print

At Salmon Camp in Bristol Bay, young people from across the region gather for a fantastic summer experience. They paddle canoes, swim in the chilly waters of Lake Aleknagik, go fishing, study salmon biology — and do great salmon art!

Here’s a simple lesson in how to make a salmon print — with non-toxic ink — before you prepare your salmon for the table.

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