Fairbanks, AK – Alaska's wild salmon runs are some of the largest in the world. For years, Alaska fishermen had no problem selling their bumper catches to a hungry world market willing to pay a premium price. But lately the world has been awash in farmed and wild salmon. That's driven salmon prices down and hurt everyone from fishermen and processors to coastal communities across the state. Now, as Arctic Science Journey's Doug Schneider reports, one Alaskan is trying to help the industry reinvent itself.