Wild Alaskan Seafood Direct to Your Door




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Since 2011, Galesburg, Illinois-based Sitka Salmon Shares, a boat-to-doorstep collective of 20 small-boat family fishermen from Southeast Alaska, has been delivering fish-loving Midwesterners the absolute best in premium and sustainable wild Alaskan seafood. Now, Natural Awakenings readers can receive $25 off any 2018 CSF share with promo code NAC18. 

      Not sold in stores, Salmon Shares sells direct to consumers at farmers’ markets and through a community supported fishery (CSF) share program. CSF shares range from three to nine months in duration, include varieties of salmon, whitefish and crustacean, and cost $15 to $25 per pound.

         Members of Sitka Salmon Shares belong to a community of artisanal hook-and-line fishers, healthy eaters, foodies, environmentalists and Alaskan adventurers in their collective efforts to rebuild America’s seafood system from the ground up.

For recipes, farmers’ market information and to order shares, visit SitkaSalmonShares.com

 

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