Alexandra Morton - Salmon Talk, People Listen

Wild salmon runs in coastal BC are in steep decline. No one has fought harder and longer to save them than Alexandra Morton, a marine biologist living in the North Island Green Party riding, and the Green Party's candidate there in 2020. Her extensive study of the ecological impact of open-net salmon farms has been instrumental in government decisions to shut down salmon farms between Vancouver Island and the BC mainland.
In this Voices of Saanich webinar Alexandra Morton will be conversing with Adam Olsen on what it will take to restore the salmon runs that are so critical to indigenous communities in particular, and the ocean environment generally.

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Tue. Mar 23, 2021
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

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