Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association is a Salmon Research and Advocacy Center fighting for an opportunity to temporarily move 80 million artificially bred pink salmon fry into Tutka Bay every year. Tutka Bay is located in the Kachemak Bay State Park and some park residents question the wisdom of relocating the hatchery fish. KBBI’s Quinton Chandler reports the Department of Natural Resources is blocking Cook Inlet Aquaculture’s plans after hearing complaints the hatchery fish would devastate critical habitat in Tutka Bay.
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