Click here to see more Bristol Bay images on Carl Johnson's photography website.
Here are some videos you can see highlighting elements of the project:
This series of short videos features music from the Si Kahn album "Bristol Bay," used with permission from Musicians United to Protect Bristol Bay.
Home in Bristol Bay
This video serves as a short introduction to the Bristol Bay region.
A Bristol Bay Way of Life
This video takes a brief look at the subsistence way of life for residents of Alaska's Bristol Bay region, from salmon harvest to berry picking, trapping, hunting and homesteading.
A Commercial Fishing Life
This video takes a brief look at the commercial fishing way of life for Alaska's Bristol Bay region, from time on a drift boat during the Togiak herring fishery to drift and set net boats for the sockeye salmon fishery on the Nushagak and Naknek Rivers and out in Ugashik Bay.
Beauty of Alaska's Bristol Bay
This video takes a brief look at the recreational values of Alaska's Bristol Bay region, from backcountry camping to sport fishing and bear viewing. Special thanks to the No See Um Lodge on the Kvichak River, Alaska Alpine Adventures and the Silver Salmon Creek Lodge.
The Pebble Fight
This video takes a brief look at the grassroots activists and regional opposition fighting the development of the Pebble Mine in Alaska's Bristol Bay. If built, it would be the largest open pit metals mine in North America and one of the largest in the world, threatening the vital habitat of the spawning grounds that provide half of the world's sockeye salmon supply.