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8 REASONS TO JOIN SITKA SALMON SHARES WILD CAUGHT FISH DELIVERY SERVICE

WHY LOVE US?
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WILD CAUGHT
Our fish are wild-caught in Alaska and the North Pacific, by a group of equally wild (though extremely nice) fishermen. You won’t find any antibiotics or dyes here. Just pristine fish from one of the most pristine places in the entire world!
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Community Based
Most of the world’s fish are caught by large factory boats that fish waters distant from their home ports. Our Alaskan fishing families live in the communities where they fish and are invested in the use of the resource over the long term.
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Community Based
Most of the world’s fish are caught by large factory boats that fish waters distant from their home ports. Our Alaskan fishing families live in the communities where they fish and are invested in the use of the resource over the long term.
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Finest Quality
Our fishermen follow some of the most careful quality handling standards in the industry, ensuring that the best fish is delivered to your doorstep. This includes shorter trips, bleeding, icing, and carefully handling to avoid bruising. Back on shore, our fish are flash­-frozen at the peak of their freshness at our small processing plant in Sitka or at one of our trusted partner plants. This is why writers at Bon Appetit say we’re a “Best Way to Buy Sustainable Seafood” and ​Food & Wine magazine notes, "If you love salmon, you need to know about @SitkaShares." (That’s us, in the Twitterverse.)
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Just
By efficiently bringing our fish directly to you, Salmon Shares fishermen generally retain 10 to 30 percent more of the value of their harvest. Plus, many of them are owners of the company! With us, you’re getting fish directly from sustainably minded, small­-scale family fishermen who are a driving force in the company.
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Just
By efficiently delivering our fish directly to you, Salmon Shares fishermen generally retain 10 to 30 percent more of the value of their harvest. Plus, many of them are owners of the company! With us, you’re getting fish delivered directly from sustainably minded, small­-scale family fishermen who are a driving force in the company.
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Transparent
Our relationships and selective sourcing ensure that your fish is traceable to the boats of our fishermen-owners or trusted community partners. The source of your fish is provided with each month's seafood delivery, and members get to know their fishermen through newsletters delivered with their shares, blogs, videos and more.
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Conscious
We offset carbon emissions in our Alaska-to-Midwest distribution system, and we donate 1 percent of our revenue back to wild fish conservation. Right now, our 1 percent to the Wild fund is supporting a Wild Salmon Conservation and Restoration Internship at Knox College and helping a young filmmaker launch a film on small­-scale fishing called The Last Man Fishing.
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Conscious
We offset carbon emissions in our Alaska-to-Midwest distribution system, and we donate 1 percent of our revenue back to wild fish conservation. Right now, our 1 percent to the Wild fund is supporting a Wild Salmon Conservation and Restoration Internship at Knox College and helping a young filmmaker launch a film on small­-scale fishing called The Last Man Fishing.
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Easy
You reserve your share of the harvest, our fishermen catch your fish, and we home­-deliver. We also send you recipes, host member events, and share cooking tips. Eating healthy, wild-caught fish couldn’t be more simple!
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Sustainable
Alaska's State Constitution mandates the sustainable management of fisheries. To accomplish this, scientists diligently study fish stocks, managers set strict catch limits to ensure the viability of wild fish populations, and fishermen abide by these limits. It's why Alaska's fisheries are the envy of the world.
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Sustainable
Alaska's State Constitution mandates the sustainable management of fisheries. To accomplish this, scientists diligently study fish stocks, managers set strict catch limits to ensure the viability of wild fish populations, and fishermen abide by these limits. It's why Alaska's fisheries are the envy of the world.