Sustainability Through the Fisherman's Eyes

Sustainability Through the Fisherman's Eyes

At Wild for Salmon, we are proud to offer a nourishing product in every sense of the word. The healthiness of wild salmon for humans seeking a delicious, sustainable protein, is undeniable. But what about for the fish? As Captain Steve Kurian points out, environmental conservation is economic, as well as passion driven. We are proud that our business has grown in such a way that we can now give...
Where have all our comments gone?

Where have all our comments gone?

 A Pebble Mine Update for Fall Last spring, like many of our fellow fishing and industry peers, we asked for your help in making our needs and concerns known regarding the Pebble Mine. Together, we sent thousands of comments to the Army Corps of Engineers -- 174,889 to be exact -- asking them to consider the many issues behind the Pebble Limited Partnership’s plan as they compile their Environmental Impact...
See you at PASA!

See you at PASA!

Wild for Salmon will donate 10% of event sales (including pre-orders) back to PASA!  Over the years, PASA has proven to be an invaluable resource and ambassador for wild and sustainable foods, and we can’t thank them enough for all their hard work! Support PASA with us by purchasing wild seafood to pick up at this upcoming conference and putting your dollars back towards this wonderful organization! How To Order 1....
What we learned (& ate) at the Pacific Marine Expo.

Wild for Salmon’s Takeaways from the 2017 Pacific Marine Expo

This a busy time of year for all of us, but Steve was able to sneak away to attend Pacific Marine Expo in Seattle, joining Elma in the northwest and hundreds of others at various industry and seafood related panels, talks, booths, and meals in Pioneer Square, Seattle. The event is the largest marine tradeshow on the West Coast, and this year we have a couple important takeaways. We love...
Filling Your Freezer and Putting Up Fish

Filling Your Freezer and Putting Up Fish

In bush Alaska, the tradition of “putting up” fish is a rewarding and time-consuming part of everyone’s summer. As is the tradition of most Alaska native cultures, the summer task was, and still is for many, to catch and preserve fish to eat throughout the winter. Along the Kenai River every summer, thousands of Alaskans dip-net in order to fill their freezers. Commercial fishermen make sure to stick around for...