Coastal Connections – Episode 1 – Come Together

Welcome to Volume II of Coastal Routes Radio programming – Coastal Connections: Stories from the Atlantic! In this inaugural episode, we are presented with persuasive evidence of why ‘the local’ is the place to research and work on coastal and marine issues – and to share stories of building coastal community resilience, no matter what your background.

This week we hear from three different perspectives on working at the local level:
Dr. Melanie Wiber at the University of New Brunswick (https://www.unb.ca/faculty-staff/directory/arts-fr-anthropology/wiber-melanie.html)
oLobster Node Inc.: https://doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2016-0426
Fishers representative Lillian Mitchell for the Fundy North Fishermen’s Association (www.fundynorth.org)
Fisher, consultant and fisher-scientist Darren Porter (https://www.facebook.com/darren.porter.737)
oMINAS(https://www.facebook.com/MINASscience/)

Two-eyed seeing resources:
ohttp://www.integrativescience.ca/Principles/TwoEyedSeeing/
oBartlett, C., Marshall, M. & Marshall, A. Two-Eyed Seeing and other lessons learned within a co-learning journey of bringing together indigenous and mainstream knowledges and ways of knowing. J Environ Stud Sci 2, 331–340 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13412-012-0086-8
o2019 Global Symposium video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTJtAdH9_mk

We love to hear your feedback. Connect with the hosts:
Sondra Eger (www.twitter.com/@soneger)
Jackie Bauman (https://ruralresilience.ca/researchers/mun/students/jackie-bauman/)
If you have a story to share with us or questions about how we make the podcast, send us an email at stories@coastalroutes.org.

Coastal Routes Radio is led by:
Philip Loring www.twitter.com/@ConserveChange
Hannah Harrison www.twitter.com/@fishpeopleplace
Follow the Coastal Routes Project www.twitter.com/@Coastal_Routes
Listen to Volume 1 of Coastal Routes Radio https://soundcloud.com/conservechange/sets/social-fishtancing