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We were honored to have been able to present Maslow with a check for $9368.57 from the inaugural 2014 Southern Oregon Smoked Salmon Festival. Thanks to all who attended, supported, played great music and volunteered.

We couldn’t have done it without YOU – see you in 2015!

Check out this article about the 2014 Southern Oregon Smoked Salmon Festival in the Mail Tribune:

Southern Oregon Smoked Salmon Festival – Mail Tribune

Thanks to everyone who helped make the inaugural 2014 Southern Oregon Smoked Festival in Jacksonville, Oregon a success! We had about 525 people attend throughout the day and ran out of beer, wine, smoked cheese and 239 LBS of smoked salmon.

See you next year!!!

Thanks to everyone who helped make the inaugural 2014 Southern Oregon Smoked Festival in Jacksonville, Oregon a success! We had about 525 people attend throughout the day and ran out of beer, wine, smoked cheese and 239 LBS of smoked salmon.

See you next year!!!

New Festival will celebrate smoked salmon

Southern Oregon Smoked Salmon Festival – Jacksonville Review

Every great event needs a great tee shirt and here’s ours. Be sure to purchase a limited edition (salmon color, no doubt) first annual Southern Oregon Smoked Salmon Festival tee shirt for $20 + $5 shipping. Get em while they’re running! 100% of all proceeds will be donated to Maslow Project.

Shirt design by Sabrah Maple and screen printing by Guru Ink.

All entries for the smoked salmon competition must be received by September 15th. We have limited space so please visit our homepage for details and links to the entry form. We can’t wait to see you there and crown the first annual Southern Oregon Smoked Salmon Festival Champion and give you the $1000 prize!

The first annual Southern Oregon Smoked Salmon Festival poster is finished.

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Thanks to Holly Herick of Holly Herick Design for creating the Southern Oregon Smoked Salmon Festival logo.

www.hollyherick.com

Karla Steinhauser has been smoking salmon for 46 years in a low-slung cottage at 2010 U.S. 101 in Rockaway Beach, Oregon.

Check out this amazing article about Karla on the Oregonian’s website:

Karla Steinhauser – The Oregonian

Steinhauser, now retired, is offering up all the secrets that have made her something of an institution. You can purchase a copy of Karla’s book “I Am Karla’s Smokehouse Vol. II” directly from her website below:

www.karlassmokehouse.com

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