(Click on Links Below to Get to Know them Better!)
Seafood Producer's Cooperative
Craig and the 520 fishermen at Seafood Producer's Cooperative provide some of the highest quality hook-and-line-caught fish in the world. It is also the largest member-owned fisherman's cooperative in North America!
Sheldon Jackson Museum
The Sheldon Jackson Museum is home to one of the richest collections of Alaskan Natives' art and artifacts in the state. Specialty tours interested in history and culture come here to learn from and appreciate their fish skin clothing, shoes, bags, and more. Even if you take our regular tour, we highly recommend you stop here on a rainy afternoon while in Sitka.
The Sitka Maritime Heritage Society
The Sitka Maritime Heritage helps Sitka preserve its rich Maritime History. We love old boats, and they do, too!
Absolute Fresh Seafoods
Jeff at Absolute Fresh has come from a long line of Alaskan salmon fishermen. He's a great fish retailer and custom processor for our many guests here in Sitka.
Few people in Sitka embrace fresh, local seafood like Collette at Ludvig's. Despite our remote location here in Sitka, Ludvig's has been featured in The New York Times, among countless other national publications!
Alaska Hook and Line Seafoods
Dan is one of the pioneers in Alaska Seafood. He started Sitka's fresh market thirty years ago, as he'll tell you, with little more than a machete and some know how. He's still at work in Sitka today!
Captain Ryan at Alaska Aquatic can give you a great tour of Sitka Sound and tell you alot about salmon (and birds, otters, and whales) while out on our wonderful waters.
The Sitka Conservation Society
And don't forget to check out more of the great programs and work by our parent organization: The Sitka Conservation Society. Alaska's oldest conservation society, protecting the salmon of the Tongass National Forest since 1967.