Paul Greenberg’s new book, “Four Fish: The Future of Last Wild Food,” is a must-read for anyone interested in wild salmon, or, as the title indicates, the future of fish and other wild food in general. The book garnered a positive review in the New York Times on Sunday. In an interview with the Oregonian today, Greenberg mentions Bristol Bay salmon and the proposed Pebble mine. In Greenberg’s words, “For every piece of salmon you buy, you should write a letter to try to stop the Pebble mine from happening.” We could not have said it better ourselves. Thanks, Paul, for speaking up and energizing your readers to do their part to protect Bristol Bay. Read more about Paul.