Sitka Salmon Shares Offering Special Holiday Gift Boxes

Sitka Salmon Shares, which provides wild Alaskan seafood harvested by small-boat family fishermen, is offering a limited-edition Holiday Box that contains the highest-quality sustainable seafood and a selection of specially curated small-batch items. The Holiday Box includes keta salmon, Coho salmon, Pacific cod, one grilling plank, two specialty spice rubs, one pin-bone removal guide and three holiday-themed recipes for $119, with free shipping. Boxes must be ordered by December 16, and will be delivered between December 19 and 21.

       Since 2011, Galesburg, Illinois-based Sitka Salmon Shares, a boat-to-doorstep collective of 20 small-boat family fishermen in Southeast Alaska, has been delivering fish-loving Midwesterners the absolute best in premium and sustainable wild Alaskan seafood. Sitka sells directly to consumers through a community supported fishery (CSF) share program and at selected area farmers’ markets.

       Fish certificates in customizable dollar amounts and 2019 CSF shares are also available for holiday giving.


Order Holiday Boxes Nov. 23 through Dec. 16 online at For more information and to order fish certificates and gifted 2019 CSF shares, call Salmon Support at 309-342-3474 or email Natural Awakenings readers receive $25 off any personal or gifted 2019 CSF share with code NAC18 through Jan. 31, 2019.



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