The Alitak fish processing plant is located on Lazy Bay at the southern end of Kodiak Island and near the Alutiiq village of Akhiok. In 2017, the old cannery celebrated its 100th year of operation in one of the world’s most remote areas.
The Cassiar Cannery is one of the few structures remaining on the lower Skeena River of British Columbia where 26 canneries once lined the coast. The Cassiar Cannery was built in 1889 when these facilities were essentially self-sufficient small towns.
Excursion Inlet is a bay that trends 8 miles (13 km) south from the mouth of Excursion River to Icy Strait, about 38 miles (61 km) west of Juneau, Alaska.
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