Our Annual Events

CRWP partners with the community and hosts several events throughout the year in celebration of our region and watershed. Our events support salmon and sustainability. Come celebrate with us at our Annual Wild Harvest Feast, Wild Food Feast & Film Festival and our Wild Salmon Watershed Dinner Series.

Wild Harvest Feast, September 12, 2020

As part of the Cordova Fungus Festival 2020 we invite you to celebrate the harvest with a wild foods dinner featuring fall coho salmon and locally harvested ingredients prepared by a guest chef! Dinner will be followed by delectable desserts prepared by Cordova’s finest home pasty chefs.

This special evening event has become wildly popular with locals, and visiting sports fishermen and fungus foragers alike!

Tickets are $70 dollars per person and on sale now. Call 424-3334 to reserve your spot today!

Photo Credit: Gabe Rodriguez with Kitchen Unnecessary

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Wild Food Feast and Film Festival

Join us in 2021 for the CRWP’s annual Wild Food Feast and Film Festival. The Wild Food Feast is a celebration for all that the Copper River watershed has to offer – food for our pantries, and open spaces to feed the soul. We invite you to help celebrate the watershed harvest by becoming a sponsor.

We will host a cook-off featuring dishes made from local wild ingredients and invite you to bring a potluck dish featuring your kitchen creativity using fish, game, and berries from our backyard.

For evening entertainment we’ll show Alaska-theme movies, and we’ll award Watershed Hero recognition to someone who takes that extra step to keep our watershed healthy.

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Eyak Lake Cleanup Day

2020 would have been our 5th annual Eyak Lake Clean-up Day but due to COVID-19 we are postponing the event.

If you are interested in volunteering in the future please send us an e-mail for more information.

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Copper Basin Invasive Weed SMACKDOWN

Join us to help control white sweet clover on our local roadways. This invasive weed spreads quickly on roads and streams, chokes out native plants, and compromises wildlife habitat. Learn about invasive weeds, have some fun working alongside friends and neighbors, and enjoy a free cook-out!

 

Visit our Community Festivals page for more events in the Copper River Watershed!