CSEB talk: Indigenous management of salmon

CVN members were invited to attend the online lecture described below, hosted by the Canadian Society of Environmental Biologists. The recording of this talk is now availabile.

Title: Indigenous Systems of Management for Culturally and Ecologically Resilient Pacific Salmon Fisheries
Speakers: W. Atlas, S. Greening, and A.J. Reid
Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Time: 12:01 p.m. PDT

Colonization disrupted Indigenous-led management of salmon, initiating changes in ecosystems and management that have driven the collapse of these iconic species. Amidst this crisis, time-tested Indigenous systems of management and local governance grounded in multi-generational relationships of reciprocity provide an example for transformation of salmon fisheries that can promote the recovery of salmon populations and the wellbeing of human communities.

If you missed this talk or would like to see it again, the recording is available on the CSEB website here. You will need to provide your name and email address to access it.

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