Montana-raised Roland Maw arrived in Alaska in 1971 for a cannery job. His love of the state brought him back each year until his retirement when he made it his full-time home.
Once the summer winds down, the CIAA Board of Directors starts up its annual cycle of meetings. Learn more about this large, diverse board.
Resurrection Bay’s biggest sport fishing event of the year helps support CIAA hatchery operations — while we support the Derby in return.
Kirsten Dixon is renowned for using fresh Alaskan ingredients in world-class meals at her Tutka Bay Lodge. Learn why she promotes salmon aquaculture.
CIAA special projects manager looks back at one of her favorite habitat projects, which gives salmon access to their natal streams.
Steve Vanek joined CIAA in 1978, two years after we were formed. He continues to advocate for Cook Inlet salmon fisheries.
Dyer VanDevere has been a fixture in Cook Inlet commercial fishing since 1968, both onshore and offshore. Read more in this profile of CIAA’s board director.
It’s your chance to contribute your time to build strong fisheries in Cook Inlet. Learn how to submit a petition to become an Inlet Wide member of the CIAA Board of Directors
Setnetting is in CIAA board member Page Herring’s blood, and so is helping people develop strong communities
Northern pike are a threat to salmon native to Southcental Alaska. Learn how CIAA works to eliminate this unwanted invader from our waters.