Kevin Scribner has some highly notable experience in natural resource planning and management, community cultural development, alternative food systems, ecological restoration and commercial fishing. He commercially fished for salmon in the Pacific Northwest and Bristol Bay, Alaska from 1976 to 1996, and is now developing an e-commerce seafood purchasing platform called Forever Wild Seafood. Scribner also plans for the business to assist its companion non-profit, the Forever Wild Fund.
Currently, Kevin is a volunteer with the nation-wide Slow Fish USA movement, and serves on the Slow Food USA Policy Steering Committee and the Slow Food Equity, Inclusion and Justice (EIJ) Working Group. Kevin also serves on the Policy Council of the Marine Fish Conservation Network, and works with Salmon-Safe: a third-party certifier of fish-supporting land management practices. Kevin represents Salmon-Safe on the Columbia Basin Partnership Task Force, serving alongside representatives from many Pacific Northwest Tribes and stakeholders from river-dependent communities. Kevin calls Walla Walla, Washington, home, where he is the managing partner Kooskooskie Fish, LLC.