On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we as a global community are facing two major crises. One of those is at the forefront of everyone’s mind – COVID-19, but the other crisis is a slowly building disaster and also demands our attention. And while we are still working through the challenges of preparing for a global pandemic there is hope that we have the ability to act in response to a changing climate. That’s why this year’s theme for Earth Day is Climate Action.
In light of the pandemic and current gathering recommendations, the Copper River Salmon Jam planning committee will be adapting the festival.
Much plastic waste sent for recycling ends up polluting the environment, writes Shae Bowman.
The Copper River Watershed Project is modifying how it collects fishing web for recycling, writes CRWP Operations Manager Shae Bowman.
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Over the past 10 years, commercial fishermen and community partners in Cordova have helped recycle more than 100 tons of discarded gillnet and seine...