Stay Wild - Alaska

Mick Fanning, the new global ambassador for conservation company Wild Ark, joined founder Mark Hutchinson on an educational expedition to one of the wildest, most remote areas of Alaska and arguably the world. The team was to learn how the fishery, with the richest supply of wild Sockeye salmon left in the world, is under threat from a proposed open pit gold and copper mine known as Pebble Mine.
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Wild Ark Ambassador, Mick Fanning, setting up camp for the night. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Wild Ark Ambassador, Mick Fanning, setting up camp for the night. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Sustainable fishing, Alaska. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Sustainable fishing, Alaska. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Wild Ark founder, Mark Hutchinson searching for salmon. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Wild Ark founder, Mark Hutchinson searching for salmon. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Catch of the day! Wild Ark Ambassador, Mick Fanning reveals his trophy trout! Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Catch of the day! Wild Ark Ambassador, Mick Fanning reveals his trophy trout! Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Seaplane at sunset, Alaska. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Seaplane at sunset, Alaska. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Wild Ark Ambassador, Mick Fanning with founder, Mark Hutchinson. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Wild Ark Ambassador, Mick Fanning with founder, Mark Hutchinson. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Curious Grizzly Bear, Brooks Falls, Alaska. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Curious Grizzly Bear, Brooks Falls, Alaska. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

View from above. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

View from above. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Grizzly Bear lunch, Alaskan style. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Grizzly Bear lunch, Alaskan style. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Wild Ark Ambassador, Mick Fanning fishing for trout in Alaska. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

Wild Ark Ambassador, Mick Fanning fishing for trout in Alaska. Photo by Kirstin Scholtz

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