Chinook Salmon Research Initiative
Stikine River Chinook Salmon


Local & Traditional Knowledge Study (LTK)

Project Summary

Project Name:

Stikine River Local and Traditional Knowledge of Chinook Salmon

Overview:

Through semi-directed key respondent interviews, local and traditional knowledge will be collected and analyzed to augment current biological information regarding Stikine River Chinook salmon migration, behavior, health, predation, abundance, and habitat. A sample of subsistence fishers, commercial fishers, and sport anglers in Petersburg and Wrangell will be interviewed. The project will also compile historical information about Stikine River Chinook salmon.

Location:

Stikine River near Wrangell, Petersburg

Total Project Cost:

$105,000

Project Dates:

2014, 2015

Project Type(s):

Local and traditional knowledge

Life Stage:

All

Stock:

Stikine River Chinook salmon

Contacts

Subsistence Section
Alaska Department of Fish and Game
PO Box 110024
Douglas, AK 99811-0024

Subsistence Section
Alaska Department of Fish and Game
333 Raspberry Road
Anchorage, Alaska, 99518; 907-2283

Subsistence Resource Specialist

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