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Promoting Salmon Literacy

Promoting Salmon Literacy


Posted By on April 17, 2018

Alaskans care deeply about salmon. A survey of 2,068 Alaskans by DHM for The Salmon Project revealed that nine out of 10 respondents viewed their connection to wild salmon as important — most viewed it as very important.  In the 2013 Salmon Project survey Alaskan Connections to the Wild Salmon Resources, Alaskans gave many reasons for their profound sense of connection to salmon: Nearly seven in 10 respondents felt “strongly...

Edinburgh Castle provided a dramatic backdrop to the first International Year of Salmon (IYS) Outreach Workshop, held this past March in Scotland’s capital city. Hosted by the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization (NASCO) and the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission (NPAFC), the workshop brought together science communicators from across the northern hemisphere to share ideas on raising awareness of wild salmon...

March 20, 2018 — Bethel, Alaska It’s the first day of spring in Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta and from horizon to horizon, this snow-covered landscape is ‘browning up’. Change is a given in this subarctic region and the people who’ve thrived here for millenia have done so by adapting to both short and long-term climate cycles. Anthropogenic climate warming has brought something new to the YK Delta – change so rapid it’s...

Growing Talent Through Social Enterprise

Growing Talent Through Social Enterprise


Posted By on February 20, 2018

Nautilus staff recently contributed impact investing expertise to the Alaska Startups 2018 Growspace catalyzer process. The Growspace catalyzer process crowdsources knowledge from community partners to rapidly develop sustainable business models for socially-oriented organizations. Growspace AK involved an orientation to the youth and food enterprise, followed by an intensive and highly interactive 10-hour rapid design and option...

Thursday February 15 marks the first public rollout of the Alaska Salmon and People (SASAP) project at Alaska Forum on the Environment’s ‘Salmon Day’ at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage. The SASAP project, a collaboration of Nautilus and partner NCEAS, is a novel interdisciplinary data synthesis effort with the goal to strengthen understanding of Alaska’s salmon and people systems, and prioritize future research, monitoring and...