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.”
Roy Hales: “First I wanted to find out what fishing meant to the people on Cortes Island…”
Interviews, in order of appearance:
- Ken Hanuse, Klahoose First Nation
- Lynne Jordan, curator, Cortes Island Museum
- Joe Jordan, retired fisherman, Cortes Island
- Ray Kendall, former panel member of the Pacific Salmon Commission, former biologist & retired fisherman,
- Cec Robinson, streamkeeper, Cortes Island
- Jenifer Nener, Department of Fisheries & Oceans, Canada
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Photo Credit: Salmon bones by Thomas Quine via Flickr (CC BY SA, 2.0 License)