Pictured on the left is Kake's Historic Cannery. Original construction took place from 1912 to 1940. It has played a significant role in the lives of local Kake Tlingit Indians. It is about to be unveiled and again bring a valuable assett to the people of Kake and visitors from around the world.
Special thanks to the State of Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Developement and the Organized Village of Kake. Through the partnership of the State of Alaska and OVK this Historic Cannery is going to be restored to its original splendor. Attractions include Charter sports fishing, Canning of "fresh caught wild Alaskan Salmon", Tlingit Artwork, and a Historic Cannery Museum.
This is just the tip of the iceburg as a Black Bear observatory will be constructed to see first hand Black Bears catching salmon. Bald Eagles are common in Kake and can be seen flying around and catching salmon.
This Historic Cannery Restoration and Dock Project will be a launching ground for tourism and economic development in the Kake area. Preserving a valuable heritage and carefully sharng that with our welcome guests. People will be greeted by Tlingit Indians of Southeast. They will get to appreciate the many beauties that this place has to offer and see a fully restored Cannery that dates back to 1912. Nearly 100 years old.