This on-line event features the salmon defender in conversation with coastal Indigenous leaders about our wild fish. | Wednesday, March 31st.
Wild salmon researcher Alexandra Morton’s new book is a wake-up call to all Canadians, alleging government deceit, collusion with industry, regulatory failures and shoddy science. All of this, she suggests, poses dire threats not just to salmon, but to the health of our democracy.
Not on My Watch is about salmon, farmed vs. wild — but it’s about much more than fish.
Join the online premiere of Not on My Watch: How a Renegade Whale Biologist Took on Governments and Industry to Save Wild Salmon. Morton will be interviewed by writer, conservationist and Tyee contributor Ian Gill, followed by a panel discussion featuring coastal Indigenous leaders ƛiʔiik Tsimka Martin, Homiskanis Don Svanvik and Galagame Bob Chamberlin.
WHEN: Wednesday, March 31st, 2021, 11:00pm AST.
The book will be available March 27th, and is already getting excellent reviews!
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