Heads up! Copper River salmon is once again available in the Lower 48. That's right. With great fanfare, Alaska Airlines delivered the first shipment of Copper River salmon to Seattle on Tuesday, May 17. For at least a few weeks, you should be able to buy this glorious fish (also called king salmon or "Chinook") for your table.
When I think of heart-healthy foods, salmon is typically the first to come to mind. Rich in Omega-3s, salmon is filling, flavorful and versatile. Other versatile heart-healthy foods include beans, tomatoes, broccoli, whole grains, oats, olive oil, chia seeds and blueberries. Dark chocolate and red wine -- classic Valentine's Day staples -- are also on the list.
The one most important thing that we can do to set them free, free to provide this incredible, abundant resource for us and for the creatures with whom we share this planet, is to take down some dams that no longer serve our communities. And with well over 75,000 dams across America, there are a good number that fall into that category.
Just how many reasons does the Pebble Partnership need to stop its disastrous plans to build the Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska? NRDC explored that question in a series of ads in Politico. The ads give the Pebble Partnership several compelling reasons to quit the Pebble Mine, culminating today with a simple request: walk away from Bristol Bay.
For more than four decades, the California-based fishing advocate has worked to find common ground between taking care of the environment and looking out for the needs of family fishermen. Armed with passion and determination, the law school graduate and former U.S. Marine Corps sergeant is a recognized leader in the shaping of fishing and environmental rules