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Wild Su Feast is HERE! October 15th from 6-8PM

This community event celebrates the local and wild foods of the Susitna Watershed and the communities that rely on and enjoy them.

After the hard work of growing, harvesting and gathering foods, there is nothing more rewarding than sharing the bounty with our neighbors.

How it Works:

Option One: Bring a dish that will serve at least six (6) people and attend FREE!

Ingredients must include something that Walked, Swam, Flew or Grew in the Susitna Watershed that you harvested, gathered and prepared.

Here are some examples:

Walked: Moose sausages

Swam: Grilled salmon with a lingonberry sauce.

Flew: Ptarmigan appetizers

Grew: Morel cream sauce

Dessert: Lingonberry shortbread

We will be creating a new Wild Su Feast cookbook out of the dishes! 

Please bring the recipe or the ingredients list for your entry.

We can not accept any home-made alcoholic drinks this year

Option Two: Pay admission in advance and enjoy the potluck!

Early Bird Adult: $25.00

Early Bird Adult, Current SRC Member: $15.00

(Contact us at to become a member today!)

Early Bird Youth (10 and under): $5.00

Option Three:

Day of Adult: $30.00

Day of Adult, Current SRC Member: $20.00

(Contact us at to become a member today!)

Day of Youth (10 and under): $10.00

Please note: All tickets are non-refundable

More Fun:

All attendees will be entered into a raffle to win various door prizes donated by our generous local businesses. Generous door prizes include tickets to events at with Denali Arts Council, a stay at the Denali Overlook Inn, coffee from Dead Hopper Roastery ... and so much more!!!

For More information, see our EventBrite Page and Facebook Event Page




Upcoming Events


Cook Inlet Water Quality Summit: October 24-25, 2023

On October 24th-25th, the Alaska Wildlife Alliance is hosting the Cook Inlet Water Quality Summit in Anchorage. 

The Susitna River Coalition is excited to attend and present on the History and Trajectory of the West Susitna Industrial Corridor

Learn more about this exciting event and register here.



SRC will join Phillip Manning of KTNA on Su Valley Voice on Thursday October 26th at 10am to discuss what issues and projects we’ve been working on. 

Hear from our staff to learn about how we protect and support our beautiful watershed, and how you can get involved in our work.


Energy for the Community Movie Nights:


Join the Susitna River Coalition for a movie night of two short film screenings: Return to Us and We the Power. 

SRC energy coordinator, June Okada, will speak about the importance of paying attention to local energy issues and projects in our communities, and how to get involved.

Return to Us: This powerful documentary by Ryan Peterson reveals the Eklutna Dena’ina people’s journey to mitigate the impacts of the Eklutna Dam and to restore what was once a healthy free-flowing river with all 5 species of salmon. This film is produced by The Conservation Fund and the Village of Eklutna. 8 minutes.

We the Power: A Patagonia film that follows several energy organizers in Europe in their pursuit to put power back into the hands of communities and away from big corporations. 38 minutes.

There will be three opportunities to attend. The first movie night will be on October 17th at 5:30 PM at the Wasilla Public Library in Wasilla, Alaska. The second will be held on October 24th at 6PM at the Willow Public Library in Willow, Alaska. A final opportunity to watch will be held on October 26th at 6pm at the Sheldon Community Arts Hangar in Talkeetna, Alaska.


The Mat-Su Salmon Science and Conservation Symposium

The Mat-Su Basin Salmon Habitat Partnership is hosting its annual Salmon Science and Conservation Symposium on November 13th and 14th at the Palmer Depot in downtown Palmer. This fun and educational event is open to the public.

Learn more about the Partnership and register for the symposium here.

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