Some Alaska Native communities fear future as low salmon runs persist
Salmon runs have sustained generations in small fishing communities along the Alaska Peninsula. But for the fourth year in a row, the runs are severely low.
Residents of Chignik Bay fear for their communities’ future. Isabelle Ross of KDLG and Alaska’s Energy Desk reports.
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