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But over the last 50 years, the yearly migration of salmon from the Pacific dwindled, and poverty, addiction and lawlessness gripped the reservation.
In it, author Langdon Cook explores the West Coast world of wild salmon from Alaska's Copper River to California's Sacramento Valley and inland to Idaho's Red Fish Lake.
About a quarter pound of salmon, served with sweet potato, brussels sprouts glazed with maple and mustard, black garlic and hazelnuts, at $12 seemed underpriced.
The Starrs had pictures of the home during its early years, when the walls were covered in shades of salmon and off-white paint and grasscloth wallpaper.
One of the most high-profile examples is the management of salmon in the Pacific Northwest, where tribes were given greater involvement under a court order.
What about something more fancy like salmon and cod?
Only a small amount of salmon remained, but the kids lined up to get their containers filled and took home every scrap.
Wrap-ups of the 2017 salmon season reveal some rewarding paydays for Alaska fishermen, with a few exceptions.
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