"As we fish and farm"
Keywords:fisheries, agriculture, communities, sustainability, food security
"As we fish and farm" is a short radio documentary that explores a changing food and fishing system in the Bonne Bay region on Newfoundland's west coast. It was developed as part of the interdisicplinary Community-University Research for Recovery Alliance (CURRA) project at Memorial University concerned with the recovery of fisheries and fisheries communities. The documentary features three individuals speaking about their personal and family histories in fishing and farming in Bonne Bay, and their challenges and hopes in continuing in these activities today.
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