Conservation photographer Amy Gulick gets next to nature in her book “Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska’s Tongass Rain Forest,” visually chronicling her journey through one of the Northwest’s great places — where wild salmon survives and thrives. Her photographs are on exhibit at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture and you’re invited to join her there Tuesday evening, November 16, for a Southeast Alaska seafood celebration.
Event sponsors include Northwest seafood-gurus Jon Rowley and Bruce Gore, and wild-seafood advocates Kevin Davis (owner/chef at Seattle’s Blueacre Seafood) and Anthony Polizzi (chef de cuisine at Davis’ Steelhead Diner) will be on had to prepare a feast of wild salmon, Northwest oysters, Dungeness crab and spot prawns. Tickets are available through November 12 via Brown Paper Tickets (buy them here). Cost is $75, and includes museum entry, a signed copy of Gulick’s book, taxes, tip, food and drink.