Bristol Bay and Beyond, Nov. 20, 2015

Nov 20, 2015

Rural people get moving, "frankenfish" get FDA approval, tips for effective speaking at Board of Fish, plus a writer shares thoughts on welcoming strangers. 

It was a nice winter while it lasted. This picture was taken on the 15th, before the temperatures warmed and the rains came.
Credit Clark Fair

Join us Fridays for Bristol Bay and Beyond, our weekly news magazine on KDLG. The show airs at 12 pm and 6:30 pm on AM 670, and at 8:30 pm on 89.9 FM.

On this week's show, Sen. Murkowski's office offers thoughts on her plans to push back against GMO salmon ("Frankenfish") approved the FDA this week. MAP agent Gabe Dunhams offers some advice on effective speaking at the Board of Fish, some students share thoughts about the recent Lead On conference in Anchorage, and we'll find out who's behind these Rural People in Motion monthly fun runs (PS ... he's kind of related to Superman ... really.) Plus an essay on extending a welcome to the strangers among us. Those stories, plus a look back at some of the week's news. 

That's it for this week's Bristol Bay and Beyond, our weekly newsmagazine on KDLG. We hope you join us each Friday at 12 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on AM670, and at 8:30 p.m. on 89.9 FM.

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