The ECOreport posts a link to Roy L Hales’ documentary Where Have All The Salmon Gone?
Originally Posted on the Deep Roots Initiative, Cortes Community Radio (CKTZ)
Episode #4: Where Have All the Salmon Gone?
Roy L Hales, Program Producer
Narrator: “… Fishing was once a cornerstone of British Columbia’s economy, but we’ve been hearing stories of diminished runs and out of work fishermen for years. Roy Hales lives on Cortes Island, where the fishing industry seems to be mostly spoken about in the past tense. So he set out to find out where have all the salmon gone.”
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The ECOreport looks at commercial fishing with the help of one man’s experience, Four decades of gillnetting in British Columbia
By Roy L Hales
There are more than more 40 names on the Cortes Island Museum’s list of fishermen from the 1970’s. Some were wives, who worked alongside their husbands. Others may have been deckhands. The names of 28 boats are given, though not how many were working in any given year. Now there are two. In this week’s radio program (podcast below), the owner of one of those 28 fish boats describes close to four decades of gillnetting in British Columbia.
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