Dustin Solberg keeps an eye on science and conservation from coastal Alaska, where he oversees communications for the Conservancy’s programs in the 49th state. He’s a science writer and sometimes commercial fisherman who keeps a close eye on all things affecting wild salmon and the fishing tradition.
A salmon stream in Alaska was once so damaged it was thought to be beyond repair, and it had a name that reflected that feeling. Now the stream, and it's new name, are beautiful examples of restoration. More
In the Tongass, salmon need the forest and the forest needs the salmon. To help keep this relationship in balance, Rob Bosworth, a Conservancy fish biologist, has a goal: restore 500 miles of salmon streams. More
The sockeye salmon fishing season in Alaska is over... read Conservancy staffer Dustin Solberg's final thoughts from his stint working on a commercial fishing boat in Alaska's Bristol Bay, aka the "'center of the wild salmon universe." More
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