Alaskans Routinely Provide Elders and Those in Need with Seafood, but Sitka Sets a New Standard
In Alaska there’s an unwritten law that even when fishing isn’t great, there’s always a few fish for the elderly or those who can’t catch their own. Whether it’s through a church, or a bar owner who knows who is in need, fish has been shared for generations by residents for their neighbors.
But in Sitka, that effort has grown to involve fishermen’s associations, processors, social worker agencies and transportation professionals to get fresh and frozen fish to needy communities across Alaska and to ...
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