If the Fisheries Conservation Alliance was truly for conservation of king salmon it would have opposed all king fishing in the Kenai River from the beginning of this season! When and only when the escapement was sufficient would they be for some type of fishery for kings.
Thanks to all our public officials and employees who made sure bike trails and highways were swept and clean of gravel for the upcoming summer season.
...talented youth and community come together for a thoughtful examination of a complex issue. Don't miss it! Sammy and Bud Crawford, Kenai Seldovia music festival proves to be big success I would like to extend a great big thanks to the members of...
I find it so interesting that Governor Parnell speaks in favor of helping children in Alaska, but isn't willing to fund them once they are born. The veto of funding for Denali Kid Care is not helping children who are in need of services now. Bud Crawford, Kenai
...for all who inhabit this area. What is the value of clean water in your own backyard? Maybe the city of Soldotna should just give the "White House" to the KWF for all they do for the fish and wildlife of this area. Bud Crawford Kenai
...crazed dipnetters are heading down Kalifornsky Beach Road for access to the south beach of the Kenai River. If the highway department had waited two weeks they could have avoided inconveniencing many visitors and locals. Bud Crawford, Kenai
...power to effect what happens once the smolts leave the river, but we should do ALL we can to improve in-river survival of the kings from eggs to adults. We should enact his five main points. It's time to act. Bud Crawford, Kenai
...wishes felt now to let ADF&G know how you feel about the number of guides on the Kenai River. Remember, no other user group is represented on this committee other than guides. Talk about the fox guarding the henhouse! Bud Crawford Kenai
...reside for preservation purposes. Currently, in addition to Titus, regular volunteers on the restoration crew are Bud Crawford, Mike Wiley, Bill Nelson, Rob Levenhagen, Dawn Fry, Tom Daulton and Lucretia Fairchild. And while they all work...
...processes that seems to dominate our resource allocation decisions. The suppression of the "Boat Wake" study is one example that seems very politically motivated and could enlighten the public on the needs of the Kenai. Bud Crawford Kenai
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