As folks access the beautiful Kenai River this summer, learn about a program that helps keep it beautiful and the value children get in participating in this conservation project. Hear fishing guide Jens Hanson’s thoughts regarding our Kid’s Kenai River Spring Clean Up program. This event is held in conjunction with the Kenai River Professional […]
Streambank stabilization and rehabilitation is an ongoing effort. Once repair efforts are completed, there are steps that can be taken to ensure the work remains functional and effective for years to come. Learn how to continue care for your streambank below.
Spending time on the water with kiddos this summer? While everyone should wear a life jacket, children under 13 are required to by law. If you don’t have one, the Kids Don’t Float program has loaner jackets available at most public access points. The Office of Boating Safety offers a variety of educational materials as […]
Alaskans are always on the lookout for new ways to prepare salmon. How about some Salmon Pho? Pho sho!
Alaskans understand how devastating invasive species can be to natural flora and fauna. Northern pike are an invasive species to Southcentral Alaska waters. Here is a tasty way to do our part in removing this species from local waters.
Keep an eye out for kids along the Kenai River on May 12th and 13th–that’s our Annual Kid’s Kenai River Spring Clean Up! Last year’s event cleaned up more than 1,860 pounds of trash from along the river; in the first 7 years, kids have cleaned up over 17,500 pounds of trash that littered the […]
We recently spoke with Doug Hogue, owner of Kenai River Brewing Company about the impact sport fishing has on his business. KRB, as it’s known locally, has been a long-time supporter of local non profits including KRSA. Thank you for speaking with us and sharing how KRB is impacted by the sport fishing industry!!
Did you know there is research that shows potential ways to reduce Chinook Salmon bycatch? “Data show that Chinook salmon are much more likely to exit the nets where lights are placed—86 percent of escaped salmon used the well-lit, LED-framed openings. While further research is underway, the data suggest the LEDs can increase the salmon’s […]
Hear what the Kenai River means to board member Dick Erkeneff.