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This week, Danielle meets with Tara Marsden and Trixie Bennett. While these two women live on separate sides of the Canada-USA border, they are linked by their interwoven watersheds--the Nass and the Unuk, home to the world-class salmon rivers that originate in northwest BC and flow into Southeast Alaska. These iconic rivers and their watersheds have been centers of culture, commerce, and biodiversity for thousands of years and are the lifeblood of the numerous communities and nineteen federally recognized tribes of the region. Yet they face threats due to a large-scale mine that is in development at their headwaters.

Tell us what you think of the Freshwater Stream podcast! We would love to get some feedback from our listeners. If you have listened to even half of one episode, please fill out our brief survey: https://form.jotform.com/212410616423241
This week, Danielle meets with Tara Marsden and Trixie Bennett. While these two women live on separate sides of the Canada-USA border, they are linked by their interwoven watersheds--the Nass and the Unuk, home to the world-class salmon rivers that originate in northwest BC and flow into Southeast Alaska. These iconic rivers and their watersheds have been centers of culture, commerce, and biodiversity for thousands of years and are the lifeblood of the numerous communities and nineteen federally recognized tribes of the region. Yet they face threats due to a large-scale mine that is in development at their headwaters. Tell us what you think of the Freshwater Stream podcast! We would love to get some feedback from our listeners. If you have listened to even half of one episode, please fill out our brief survey: https://form.jotform.com/212410616423241 read more read less

2 years ago #healthy, #indigenous, #ksm, #mining, #nass, #salmon, #unuk, #water, #watershed