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Celebrate A Season of Harvest with the CRWP!

Copper River Watershed Project is holding the Wild Watershed, Wild Salmon dinner series this fall -- join us in Denver, Colorado or Portland, Oregon to savor delicious Copper River salmon!

The Copper River Watershed Project is celebrating the season's harvest with the Wild Watershed, Wild Salmon dinner series featuring Copper River salmon and the chance for dinner guests to learn the story behind their delicious, heathy meal, including the chance to meet a Copper River fisherman!. A percent of proceeds from these events will benefit our work to sustain the health of the Copper River watershed through restoration, monitoring and education-after all, it takes a watershed to raise a salmon! 

The first event takes place at TAG Restaurant, Denver, CO, October 6: known for Chef Troy Guard's eclectic fare, "continental social food," TAG is one of Denver's premier restaurants. E-mail us if you are interested in attending.

Copper River Salmon will be served at Urban Farmer in Portland, OR, October 29: Urban Farmer features modern Pacific northwest fare at its country-chic restaurant on the 8th floor atrium of Portland's Nines Hotel. Limited seating available, so reserve your seat by calling (503)222-4900 or E-mail us for more information.

John Bocci on gillnet boat

Do you know where your dinner came from? 


Alaska Wild Salmon Day!
Alaska Wild Salmon Day!
Alaska legislature considers proposal to make Aug. 10th officially Alaska Wild Salmon Day.
Invasive Species Gaining Awareness
Invasive Species Gaining Awareness
Governor Bill Walker has declared June 21-27 as Invasive Species Awareness Week in the State of Alaska. Can you name 3 invasive species in your area and what you can do about them?
Watershed Heros Recognized at Wild Food Feasts
Watershed Heros Recognized at Wild Food Feasts
Dave Wellman of Kenny Lake and Ken Hodges of Cordova were recently recognized as Watershed Hero's at the CRWP's Wild Food Feasts in Glennallen and Cordova respectively. They were nominated by members of the community and selected by the CRWP Board of Directors for going above and beyond in caring for the watershed.


Traveling by Story Workshop (Ashby Memorial Museum, Copper Center, from Oct 03, 2015 06:30 PM to Oct 04, 2015 04:30 PM)
Copper Valley Historical Society and the CRWP are holding a facilitated story telling workshop to gather stories from the unique Copper River basin and discuss how to share stories with residents and visitors. Oct. 2, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. and Oct. 3, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Wild Salmon, Wild Watershed Dinner (525 SW Morrison St., Portland OR, from Oct 29, 2015 06:30 PM to Oct 29, 2015 09:00 PM)
Enjoy Copper River salmon prepared to perfection at Urban Farmer in Portland, Oregon on October 8, 2015. Learn the story behind the salmon on your plate!
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