Bristol Bay Dispatch I: The Public Speaks Out on Pebble
Please enjoy this first video on the EPA public hearings held in Anchorage and the villages of Bristol Bay, Alaska. These testimonials represent a small part of the remarkable support (more than 93%) the EPA’s draft watershed assessment; we hope to protect the 14,000 jobs Bristol Bay provides by encouraging the EPA to use its authority to enact the Clean Water Act under the 404c process, which was designed for exactly the kinds of circumstances that Bristol Bay fishermen find themselves facing – their waters threatened with near-certain risk of acid mine runoff and heavy metal pollution.
Bristol Bay Dispatch II: From One Generation to the Next
Commercial Fishermen for Bristol Bay is proud to present our second video from our new series “Bristol Bay Dispatches” where we introduce you to some of our favorite fishermen who make a living fishing the clean waters of Bristol Bay, Alaska.
Bristol Bay Dispatch III: Prepping for the 2012 Season
Commercial Fishermen for Bristol Bay is proud to present our third video from our new series “Bristol Bay Dispatches”. Meet the fishermen who run small businesses out of Bristol Bay, Alaska and hear from them on the 14,000 jobs and renewable resource that the Bay provides – sockeye salmon.
Commercial Fisherman Chris Voss: Interview
Watch this short interview with commercial fisherman Chris Voss as he talks about the tragedy of the proposed Pebble Mine: A short-term development goal vs. a long-term, sustainable and renewable resource that provides for over 14,000 jobs in the bay.
Faces of the Fleet: Summer 2011
Bristol Bay, Alaska: Shot by the fishermen & women of Bristol Bay during the 2011 commercial salmon season, Faces of Fleet provides a glimpse of the individuals, lifestyle and scenery of the region.