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Cook Inlet Aquaculture buys defunct Port Graham Hatchery

...about 35 miles by air southwest of Homer, area residents also depend heavily on subsistence hunting, fishing and food gathering according to Kenai Peninsula Borough data. Currently, the hatchery can handle about 84 million eggs which could...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-04-15/cook-inlet-aquaculture-buys-defunct-
News
Hunting priority should go to Alaskans

...foreign nationals and non-resident hunters thereby giving them precedence over Alaskans' subsistence and sport food gathering rights, provided for and guaranteed under the eighth amendment to the Alaska constitution. Wealthy local and non-resident...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2014-03-06/hunting-priority-should-g
Letters
Other places to focus anti-litter efforts

...Courtney Stroh, says that in her opinion the Kenai dipnet beaches are filthy. Granted at the height of subsistence food gathering at the beach in July and when the reds are in in great numbers, there are fish heads, tails and guts present in...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-08-18/letters-to-the-editor
Letters
Weekend Kenai berry picking good for Peninsula harvesters

...still promising. Miranda wandered over to empty her brimming picker as Leora talked about the cycle of subsistence food gathering. A tinny-voiced Usher blasted from a speaker tucked into a pocket of Miranda's hoodie as the two conferred briefly...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-08-18-0
News
Dandelion roots and more: finding food at our feet

...land into the kitchen, said Jennifer Hahn, a naturalist who conducts beach walks, leads family tours and teaches food gathering at Western Washington University in Bellingham. Her students are interested in returning to their figurative outdoor...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2013-05-23/dandelion-roots-and-more-finding
Outdoors
Outdoors

For those of us who live in Alaska year round, July is perhaps one of our most important food gathering months. There are so many ways of finding things to fill our freezers with here in Alaska starting with a large variety of things...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/072507/dispatch_0725dis004.shtml
Reflections on sport fishing

...painting fishing and hunting scenes on the walls of caves.Also ancient is the notion that angling is more than just food-gathering. In 500 B.C., in what could be the first written reference to what we now call a "sporting chance," Confucius...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/fishing/2011-06-17/reflections-sport-fishin
Fishing
Alaska Natives battling for subsistence join in logging wars

...that Bostwick Inlet not be touched. There's archaeological evidence that the area has been used for subsistence food gathering for thousands of years, according to Natives and the Forest Service. With relics of smokehouses, fish camps and...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/012502/bus_012502bus0050001.shtml
Business
Public input needed on aquatic farming regs

...Jakalof Bay is a projected site. I live in Seldovia and have dug clams there for 50 years, along with every other food-gathering person from all areas of Kachemak Bay. We would definitely be denied our traditional rights to harvest clams, or...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/091304/let_20040913003.shtml
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