Effective, precise management assures Alaska’s fisheries are productive, sustainable, clean, and healthy-as mandated by the Alaska state government. Since admittance into the Union as the 49th state in 1959, Alaska has served as a model of fisheries management around the globe. One reason for this is that Alaska remains the lone state in the nation with a constitutional mandate stipulating all fish “be utilized, developed and maintained on the sustained yield principle.”
Man Gear Alaska, LLC is a small family run partnership. They do believe that it is still possible to maintain a manufacturing facility in the U.S, and strive to keep goods made in America; at this time still made in Alaska. Their goal in manufacturing these holsters is to provide a rugged, high quality, handcrafted product, with real people whom the consumer can contact for questions.
By the end of spring, when the days get longer and warmer, the musk ox begins shedding its fine Qiviut. It is then brought a small stall in the barn for hand- combing by the herdsmen.
Original designs by two young Alaskan fishermen, born and inspired by the wilderness of Alaska and the sustainable fisheries of the North Pacific. Salmon Sisters products are designed and created in Alaska, inspired by nautical tradition, and made for a community of fishermen, adventurers, and ocean-enthusiasts.
From heavy-duty rain gear to quality hiking and work boots, come see the fine folks at Sweeney’s, longtime Alaska community residents.
Offering all your fuel and grocery needs in the valley, Three Bears Alaska also provides a full line of hunting, fishing, camping and outdoor equipment at their statewide outpost locations in Chugiak, Kenai, Meadow Lakes, Palmer 4 Corners, Tok and Wasilla KGB.