The Salmon Project Archive
All Our Work, Available for the Benefit of All Alaskans
We built a vast trove of stories, graphics, data, and serious public opinion research about Alaskans and salmon, including our values, tradeoffs, aspirations and concerns. This body of work is publicly archived, where it can fuel new generations of work, art and advocacy.
Though our project has passed out of the active stage, we are committed to making all our assets and resources available to benefit ongoing work by Alaskans on behalf of a salmon-filled future. Toward that end, we have built an archiving document that compiles all our work and assets in a way that is publicly accessible.
This resource includes our extensive public research trove, as well as information and assets from all our major initiatives. A sampling of summary documents are available below. We hope this will be of value to all Alaskans for many years into the future.
A Sampling of Summary Reports: What Alaskans Think About Salmon
In the winter of 2012 and spring of 2013 we went to Alaskans, where they lived, with a significant statewide survey with statistically significant regional samples. With DHM Research, we conducted 11 focus groups in eight rural and urban communities around the state. We interviewed 35 community leaders, and we surveyed more than 2,000 people statewide. The results are quite incredible and illustrate one essential fact — we Alaskans are connected to our salmon.
Find out more about our statewide results and regional analyses in the following reports:
• Alaskans and Salmon: A Statewide Perspective
• Alaskans and Salmon in the North Region
• Alaskans and Salmon in the Rivers & Interior Region
• Alaskans and Salmon in the Cook Inlet Region
• Alaskans and Salmon in the Prince William Sound & Southeast Regions
• Alaskans and Salmon in the Southwest Region
Look at the implications of our work for particular researchers or interest groups:
• Research Observations for Resource Managers and Academics
• Research Observations Related to Alaska Native and Rural Concerns
• Research Observations Related to Economic Development
• Research Observations Related to Commercial Salmon Users
• Research Observations Related to Recreation and Tourism
• Research Observations Related to Young Alaskans