Kenai Peninsula College Showcase Series and UAA/APU Books of the Year Present: A Changing
Kenai Peninsula, Climate Change’s Possible Impact on the Future of Hunting and Fishing,
Where We Are, How We Got Here, and Where We Might be Heading
This two-part virtual series will be held at 6 p.m., Dec. 2 and 9, via Zoom.
Part one, Fisheries, will be held at 6 p.m., Dec. 2, via Zoom.
This event will begin with a discussion about the changes seen over the years in local fisheries, Hope Roberts, Owner of Surrell Saltwater’s fishing charter; Brent Johnson, Cook Inlet Commercial Fisher; and Dave Atcheson, local author and sports-fisher.
Sue Mauger, Science and Executive Director, Cook Inletkeeper, and Dr. Erik Schoen fisheries biologist, University of Alaska Fairbanks, will follow up with a presentation: Kenai Peninsula Fisheries in a Time of Change: Historic Trends, Glimpses of the Future, and Strategies for Building Resilience.
For more information, contact Dave Atcheson at email@example.com.