Alaska's 6,640 miles of coastline remain home to some of the cleanest waters and healthiest salmon runs left in the world. These resources, at the heart of our economy, culture, and way of life, are what make Alaska strong. Unfortunately, the regulations protecting them remain very weak - the weakest in the nation.
These regulations are determined in part by how much fish and seafood a state's residents eat. Ignoring the lived reality of most Alaskans, the state has set this number outrageously low. If you want to stand up for Alaska's clean water, safe seafood, and healthy communities, you can start by merely letting our officials know that "We Eat Fish!"