Social FISHtancing – Episode 8 – Updates from around North America
In this episode, we catch up with some of the fishing folks we’ve been following as they cope with the challenges and opportunities of COVID19. We focus this podcast on telling important stories in North American fisheries, so in this episode we take some extra time to let our fishing folks share their stories of change, uncertainty, and optimism.
In this episode, we talk to:
Emma Kramer of Straight to the Plate in Alaska (http://www.alaskafishmarket.com/)
Melissa Collier from West Coast Wild Scallops in British Columbia (https://www.wildscallop.org/)
Jordyn Kastlunger, who sells at Tuna Harbor Dockside Market in San Diego (https://www.thdocksidemarket.com/)
Buck Jones of the Columbia River Inter-tribal Fish Commission (https://www.critfc.org/)
Ben Wiper of 3F Waste Recovery (http://3fwasterecovery.ca)
Tracy Sylvester from Wooden Island Wild in Massachusetts/Alaska (www.woodenislandwild.com)
Carson Minor of Lincoln Fisheries on Lake Erie
This episode’s music is “Goodnight Kiss” by Movie Theater, available on the Free Music Archive (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Movie_Theater/Evil_Twin/07-Goodnight_Kiss)
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