This deep ocean-colored squeezy bottle is ready to keep you hydrated all day long! Fits perfectly on a bike, in your backpack, in your car or on your boat, this 22 oz. bottle is made in California with technology that shields from any bad taste, mold, or staining. It's an experience as pure as drinking from a glass, but with all the advantage of a flexible bottle, with an easy-to-open, effortless-to use, leak-proof cap.
BPA-free, Certified through the Swiss testing agency SGS, and printed with non toxic inks.
For every sale we make, Salmon Sisters donates a can of wild Alaska salmon to the Alaska Food Bank.
Alaska's mountains are majestic, arresting, and unfathomable. Their snow-capped peaks are playground for Alaska's mountaineers, skiers and snowboarders and their presence gives meaning to our work on the ocean. We fish beneath active volcanos on the Aleutian Chain, known as the "Pacific Ring of Fire," and our navigation is often based on our position to these mountains. Alaska hosts some of the highest peaks in the world, including Denali, the tallest in North America. Mountains bring pristine fresh water to our salmon streams and are home to wildlife important to our state's biodiversity.
Our Alaska Mountain Art Prints, featuring mountain ranges from across the state, are a great home decoration, printed on sturdy natural paper and 13"x19."
13x19" print comes in clear plastic covering and cardboard backing.
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The Alaska Young Fishermen's Almanac is the first book project of the Alaska Young Fishermen's Network with support from the Alaska Marine Conservation Council and the Alaska Humanities Forum. The almanac features art, stories, advice and more from young fishermen across Alaska. Salmon Sisters is excited to offer this first, beautiful edition to our fishing community!
The Almanac is a first-of-its-kind cultural touchstone that communicates and celebrates our unique, shared and cherished fishing ways of life. The Almanac project captures the ingenuity, persistence, humor and passion of the next generation of community and fishing leaders in Alaska and conveys the importance of community-based fishing livelihoods.
By buying an Almanac you are supporting the development of educated and engaged young fishermen and helping them to take on leadership roles within their communities and fisheries.
The Almanac will also be available for purchase at the Salmon Sister's flagship store in Homer during summer months and in select bookstores and coffee shops in other Alaska coastal communities after December 9, 2017. Please visit akmarine.org for a complete list of businesses carrying the Almanac. Proceeds support publication of future volumes of the Almanac.
Join: If you are a young fisherman or mentor and would like to get involved in Young Fishermen's Network activities, events and projects please visit akyoungfishermen.org or contact Network Coordinator, Noah Sunflower at email@example.com or 907.602.9712.
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The Birds of Alaska Tea Towel illustrates many of our most beloved feathered friends. Alaska is a birder’s paradise thanks to its diversity of habitats, location on migratory routes, and boundless wild lands. From the Arctic pack ice to the rainforests of Southeast to the windswept Aleutian Islands, nearly 500 bird species populate or pass through the Great Land seeking breeding, overwintering, resting, and refueling sites. We don't like to play favorites, but our design couldn't fit everyone!
As American ornithologist Roger Tory Peterson once said, birds are “eloquent expressions of life and vitality.” He said, “Watching them makes you a bit more alive. And they have wings—that gives them a mobility, a freedom, we’d give our souls to have!” Consider how birds add to your life, and celebrate their graceful existence with our Birds of Alaska poster.
28x29", 100% Cotton Tea Towels.
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