Soldotna, AK – KRSA was established to ensure the sustainability of the greatest sportfishing river in the world–the Kenai. We’re proud to share the newly released River’s are Life’s “Kings of the Kenai,” a film that takes a deep dive into the fragile spawning grounds of the Kenai River’s famous king salmon. We all have a responsibility to protect, restore, and care for the rivers around us.
“40% of Alaskans engage in fishing, hunting, and gathering; that’s double the number of any other state in the country…we say we are hooked on fishing, but the river hooks you into caring for it.”
-Ricky Gease, Director, Alaska State Parks
To learn more about the advocacy and conservation work KRSA does for Alaska’s fisheries, please go to our website at www.krsa.com. To go directly to the video, please click here. There is more work to be done, and KRSA is proud to lead this conservation work.
KRSA is a nonpartisan, nonprofit fishery-conservation organization that works to ensure the long-term health and sustainability of fish resources in the Kenai River and elsewhere in Alaska, through education and advocacy of sport and personal-use fisheries and the promotion of science-based fish management.