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Stories of Coastal Resilience and Innovation
Coastal Routes is a network of researchers, coastal communities, and non-profit organizations all united by our mission of supporting verdant, sustainable, and just coastal livelihoods and places.

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Have you ever wondered how to make a sustainable seafood choice for dinner? Or felt overwhelmed when standing in front of a seafood counter? Then this episode is for you! Join us this week as we discuss some of the ecolabels and tools for assessing…

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This week, we are putting aside our normal fish stories, and instead focus on one of our most frequently asked questions, “How do you make your podcast?”

This week, we bring you the methods section of our podcast, with details about how we plan,…

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Welcome to Pubcasts. This episode is called: Managing many nets: possible scenarios and impacts for the expansion of Cook Inlet personal use fisheries.

This latest entry in our series of Pubcasts, audio-book style recordings of peer reviewed…

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Aquaculture is such a wide and diverse industry, we had to do a second episode! This week, we talk to aquaculture professionals in the oyster world, and those who promote the aquaculture industry, about how COVID-19 has impacted their industry.

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In this episode, we explore the world of aquaculture and hear from oyster farmers and First Nation hatchery operators and fish stewards about how COVID-19 has impacted their aquaculture facilities.

In this episode, we talk to:
Trey McMillan of Low…

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This PubCast shares our latest work on transforming conflict over agriculture and water in the Canadian Prairies. Agricultural drainage is a complicated and often conflict-ridden natural resource management issue, impacting contested ecosystem…

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In this episode, we talk to three other teams of fisheries researchers to learn about how COVID-19 has impacted their work, and the research and findings they’ve been able to pursue since the beginning of the pandemic.

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In this episode, we take a visit down to the shore to hear stories about working waterfronts, and the important role they play in supporting coastal livelihoods and keeping seafood on our plates.

In this episode, we talk to:
Monique Coombs of the…

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In this episode, we hear stories from one of North America’s major northern rivers – the Yukon.

In this episode, we talk to:
Dennis Zimmermann, fish and wildlife consultant in Yukon Territory, Canada (https://bigfish-littlefish.ca/who-we-are/)…

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In this episode, we partner with folks from Future of Fish to explore stories of small-scale fisheries in Latin America.

In this episode, we talk to:
Marah Hardt, Laura Fernández Cascán, and Chris Giordano of Future of Fish (FutureofFish.org)
Edwin…

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Stephen Hurley
Chief Catalyst, voicEd Radio Canada

Stephen Hurley has spent nearly 40 years as an educator. He has experience as a classroom teacher, a curriculum consultant, a teacher educator and a policy observer.

He has a strong relationship with the EdCan Network (formerly the Canadian Education Association), an organization that inspired the launch and evolution of voicEd Radio Canada.

Hurley believes that stronger connections between education research, practice and policy are essential to the type of change that will be necessary in Canada's public education systems moving forward.