Fishing People of the North: Cultures, Economies, and Management Responding to Change
Hilton Downtown Anchorage Hotel
September 14–17, 2011
Contact: Courtney Carothers, firstname.lastname@example.org
This international symposium is a forum for scholars, fishery managers, fishing families, and others to explore the human dimensions of fishery systems and the growing need to include social science research in policy processes. It will be a place for sharing what we have learned about the opportunities and constraints that fishing people in northern countries encounter in a time of significant environmental, social, and economic change. Diverse panels and presentations will address sources and effects of external impacts on fishing people and their communities.
Please see links below and at left for more information.
- Wakefield researcher on Alaska Fisheries Report: Courtney Carothers, assistant professor of fisheries at UAF/SFOS, describes her IFQ research findings during the Alaska Sea Grant–sponsored 27th Lowell Wakefield Fisheries Symposium. Listen to the story on the Alaska Fisheries Report, KMXT-FM [mp3; 6.4MB], January 5, 2012
- KMXT-Kodiak Public Radio interview with Kodiak fishermen Terry Haines, speaker on the Community Activism panel [MP3; 6.4 MB]