Food

The Salmon Bake’s New Menu for Summer ’18

The Salmon Bake’s New Menu for Summer ’18

Want something a little more exciting to eat during the summer months?  The Salmon Bake’s new summer menu is featuring an unconventional variety of meats.  Daily fare are as follows: Halibut Cheeks MONDAY Taco TUESDAY  i.e.  (smoked meat tacos, fish, etc.) Wild WEDNESDASY i.e.(Alligator, Elk, Pheasant etc.) Smoked THURSDSAY i.e.(Smoked brisket, etc.) […]

Food Safety PSA from the USDA

Food Safety PSA from the USDA

USDA Offers Food Safety Tips to Avoid Foodborne Illness While Celebrating at Spring Gatherings WASHINGTON, April 11, 2018 – Spring is finally here. It has been a long wait, but warmer temperatures bring events like weddings, graduations and holiday celebrations. These events bring together groups of people to enjoy considerable amounts of […]

Aging Mastery Program® begins April 5

Aging Mastery Program® begins April 5

A  new 10-week session of the Aging Mastery Program® will begin Thursday, April 5th, 12:45-2:15pm, at Seward Senior Center.  Adults age 50+ are invited to take this free course to learn how to navigate longer lives.  There are only a few seats left and advanced sign up is requested.  We are waiting for your call!  […]

Ayurveda Workshop at Resurrect Art March 16

Ayurveda Workshop at Resurrect Art March 16

Resurrect Art is excited to help provide an opportunity for locals to learn about the Ayurveda healthcare system. Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist, Amanda Lyons, will offer a free workshop to interested participants on Friday, March 16 at 6pm. Come learn about yoga’s sister science and see if Ayurveda is a system that might […]

Seahawk Fundraisers: Dessert Auction and Green and Gold Sale Feb 1-3

Seahawk Fundraisers: Dessert Auction and Green and Gold Sale Feb 1-3

Booster Club Dessert Silent Auction The Seward Seahawk Booster Club is sponsoring its annual Dessert Auction on Friday, Feb. 2nd, during the Seahawk Classic basketball tournament. Donations of cakes, cookies, Valentine’s gifts, bread, chocolates, etc., are now being accepted. Donated items should be marked that they’re for the auction.  Aside from baked […]

Sea otter eating a crab. Photo by Allison Sayer.

Fish Factor: Sea Otters, CFEC Seats, and Fish Trends

by Laine Welch- Sea otters and their devastating impacts on Southeast Alaska shellfish were among the many emotionally-charged topics at the state Board of Fisheries marathon meeting running from January 11-23 in Sitka.  The Board was set to address 153 proposals for state subsistence, commercial, sport, guided sport, and personal use fisheries for the […]

AGING MASTERY PROGRAM® to begin new session

AGING MASTERY PROGRAM® to begin new session

A  new 10-week session of the Aging Mastery Program® will begin Thursday, February 8th, 12:45-2:15pm, at Seward Senior Center.  Adults age 50+ are invited to take this free course to learn how to navigate longer lives.  Developed by the National Council on Aging, the program encourages mastery—developing behaviors across many dimensions that will lead to improved […]

Cordova Harbor. Photo by Allison Sayer.

Fish Factor: Fishing Picks and Pans of 2017

by Laine Welch- For 27 years this weekly column has featured news for and about Alaska’s commercial fishing industry. It began in 1991 in the Anchorage Daily News and now appears in more than 20 news outlets across Alaska, nationally and in the UK. Today, Alaska fishermen and processors provide 65 […]

Kodiak Fisherman To Sell From the Docks

City Council says Kodiak fishermen can sell seafood from their boats Mitch Borden/KMXT At its regular meeting last night, the Kodiak city council passed an ordinance to allow local fishermen to sell seafood on Kodiak docks. Last year, the city was given a petition asking it to revise a city […]