Author

Meghan Barker

  • First voices, first advocates

    Fish racks hold sockeye salmon that will be put away from winter at a traditional fish camp on the banks of the Koktuli River. By Mountain Mind Media . Today, as part of Indigenous People’s Day, we are taking a moment to highlight the people in the Bristol Bay community who were in this place first, who…

  • Community

    The student becomes the master

    The 2021 Bristol Bay Fly Fishing and Guide Academy. Photo by Rich Johnson. The Bristol Bay Fly Fishing and Guide Academy is one of Trout Unlimited’s pride-and-joy programs in Alaska. Together with the Bristol Bay Native Corp. and the Bristol Bay Heritage Land Trust, and a slew of local lodge owners, retired fisheries biologists and…

  • Gear reviews

    Southline Industries USA’s commitment to Bristol Bay

    Southline Industries USA, a veteran-owned small business, has crafted new knife sheaths and apparel for outdoor enthusiasts who are steadfast in their commitment to permanently protecting Bristol Bay. Fifty percent of proceeds from apparel will be donated to TU’s Save Bristol Bay efforts.   Southline has produced a new hand-crafted Kydex sheath for the Victorinox 3.25-inch paring/utility knife. This sheath is an improvement to the original…

  • Conservation

    Meet the 2021 Save Bristol Bay guide ambassadors

    At the beginning of 2020, Trout Unlimited in Alaska launched the Save Bristol Bay Guide Ambassador Program to connect hunting, fishing and bear-viewing guides who work and live in the region with resources to help fight the proposed Pebble Mine in a critical, decision-making year.   Meet the 2021 Save Bristol Bay Guide Ambassadors. Click their profiles to plan your trip to Bristol Bay…