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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, Alaska in the News
A seasonal salmon primer: sockeye salmon (also called red)
which is used as salmon caviar for sushi. Nearly all of the country's sockeye comes from Alaska, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, with the world's largest harvest landing at Bristol Bay in the southwestern part of the state.

Southeast History: After wreck, Kell Bay cannery disappeared into history
One hundred years after a cannery in Kell Bay was torn down and moved to Bristol Bay ... of a strong run of pink salmon in the creek at the head of the bay. In Stavanger, Norway, he had been part-owner of a cannery. Coming to Alaska, he built a saltery ...

Summit County Citizens Voice
“Two of Bristol Bay’s rivers would be most affected by the proposed Pebble Mine. One provides nearly half of the world’s wild sockeye ... Bay: “Alaska’s Bristol Bay watershed is an area of unparalleled ecological value, boasting salmon diversity ...

Bristol Bay sockeye run spikes early, declines swiftly
Long lines of homebound cannery ... with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. "There was nothing in the season that indicated that it was going to drop off like it did." Area biologists currently project the Bristol Bay sockeye salmon run to come ...

Sailing for Salmon exhibit opens in Blaine, Wash.
Blaine is the first venue outside of Alaska ... County Parks and Recreation. The exhibit is on display in one of these original cannery buildings. The grand opening for the Sailing for Salmon exhibit in Blaine was attended by many people connected to ...

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Red Salmon Cannery — North Pacific Seafoods
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... North Pacific Seafoods purchased the Red Salmon ... Bristol Bay is known as the “Red Salmon Capital of the ... Red Salmon Cannery will provide round ...

Red Salmon Cannery, Bristol Bay County, Alaska Fishing ...
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Red Salmon Cannery in Bristol Bay County in Alaska : The Red Salmon Cannery is located in Bristol Bay County in the State of Alaska. The Red Salmon Cannery is located ...

Red Salmon Cannery | CoolWorks.com
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... of Alaska. Bristol Bay is known as the “Red ... salmon season begins in mid to late June and can last until the end of July. At Red Salmon Cannery you have ...

North Pacific Seafoods - Red Salmon
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Bristol Bay is known as the “Red Salmon Capital of the World ... Due to its abundant red salmon runs, the first salmon cannery was ... Mile Marker 1.5 Alaska ...

Bristol Bay
www.bristolbaysockeye.org
... Bristol Bay sockeye makes a versatile foundation for nutritious family meals and fine dining. ... A filmmaker’s love story with salmon screens around Alaska

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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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