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Red Salmon Cannery, Alaska

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Red Salmon Cannery map, photos, satellite view and comments. Red Salmon Cannery is a Building in Bristol Bay County, AK with an elevation of 62 feet, or 19 meters above sea level.

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What's Nearby Red Salmon Cannery
Red Salmon Cannery 0.00 miles away
A Building in Bristol Bay, Alaska
KAKN-FM (Naknek) 0.25 miles away
A Tower in Bristol Bay, Alaska
Coffee Point 0.53 miles away
A Cape in Bristol Bay, Alaska
Bristol Bay Census Subarea 0.55 miles away
A Census in Bristol Bay, Alaska
Diamond 'NN' Cannery 1.37 miles away
A Building in Bristol Bay, Alaska
Tibbetts Airport 1.47 miles away
A Airport in Bristol Bay, Alaska
Naknek 1.49 miles away
A Populated Place in Bristol Bay, Alaska
Paf Cannery Airport 1.56 miles away
A Airport in Bristol Bay, Alaska
Packers Creek 1.60 miles away
A Stream in Bristol Bay, Alaska
Naknek Airport 1.62 miles away
A Airport in Bristol Bay, Alaska

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Red Salmon Cannery, Naknek, Alaska. 106 likes · 286 were here. Local Business

North Pacific Seafoods - Red Salmon
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Working at Red Salmon The North Pacific Seafoods Red Salmon plant is located on the Naknek River in the village of Naknek, Alaska. With a population of about 680 ...

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Available seafood processing and support jobs at Red Salmon Cannery, North Pacific Seafoods, Inc.

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Red Salmon Cannery also has an amazing baker that makes the best donuts in all of Alaska!!! ... Red Salmon Cannery is hiring seafood processors for the 2017 Salmon ...

Place Type
Red Salmon Cannery is a Building. Definition: A manmade structure with walls and a roof for protection of people and (or) materials, but not including church, hospital, or school.


Latitude and Longitude:
Latitude: 58.7388889
Longitude: -156.9777778


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