News and Notes
Fishhugger Harvest Dinner
22 September, 2009
Tuesday, 5-9pm open seating at Casa Vieja, 4541 Corrales Rd, Corrales NM 87048. Call today for reservations 505.898.7489. Prix fixe menu includes: NM Grassfed Beef Enchilada, Wild Salmon 3 Ways, Dessert, $30 per person + tax and gratuity.
Salmon Season Update
1 September, 2009
Kenny and crew had a hard-working and productive salmon season. Fresh catch is available now at your local growers market.
Kenny's Salmon Season Update
6 August, 2009
Kenny and crew are fishing hard, the boat has grossed 70,000# so far (mostly pinks/humpies). They deliver fish each morning between 1-3am and right back out for more fishing. It's probably time to make a set right now-let 'er go!
Kenny Arrives in Kodiak, Alaska
21 July, 2009
Kenny will set out on his 15th Annual Commercial Salmon Harvest. Good Fishing to captain and crew!
Career Day at Peralta Elementary School
8 May, 2009
We recently had an opportunity to discuss the careers of commercial fishing, ranching and beekeeping with kids in the local area. The overall favorite was the Italian honey bee display--the Kindergarten class loved it!
Offline for the Move
17 April, 2009
Greetings Fishhuggers! Due to our seasonal move from Phoenix-Albuquerque, we will not be available to answer email or telephone calls until the week of April 20, 2009. Thank you for your patience!
Mt. Redoubt Erupts on Alaska Mainland
24 March, 2009
Mt. Redoubt erupted 5 times in 6 hours, it began on Sunday night. Ash was spewed 9 miles into the air. This is the first time the 10,200 foot volcano has erupted in almost 20 years. Last time, the eruptions lasted for almost 6 months.
PERU: Giant Squid Concentrate
23 March, 2009
A team of Peruvian university researchers have developed a protein concentrate from giant squid to enrich malnourished children in the poorest sectors of the country. fis.com
20 March, 2009
Friday 2-7pm Please join us at our home for an informal wild seafood and grassfed meat tasting. We have 3 honey tasting flights available for dessert. Bring your cooler and stock up.
STOP PEBBLE MINE!
13 February, 2009
On one hand, the mining industry employs 5,500 people and generates $200 million in tax revenues. It is based on a finite resource that will one day be exhausted. On the other hand, the Salmon Fishing industry in Bristol Bay, Alaska employs 12,000 people and contributes $250 million to the economy. This industry is based on a sustainably managed renewable resource that will be around long after the last ton of ore is dug out of Pebble Mine. Many of you already know that the 2009 salmon season (as with the 2008 season) SOUTH OF THE CANADIAN BORDER will not take place. This is not due to overfishing, but a century of logging, damming, mining and use of agricultural chemicals. For more info visit www.pebbleminealaska.com
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