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Re: Native Fishery Managers


Patricia Clay <[log in to unmask]>


Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>


Thu, 5 Dec 1996 11:43:53 -0500





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I forwarded this query to fishfolk and got the following response. In addition
to the people mentioned below, you might speak with Syma Ebbin
([log in to unmask]). She is a graduate student at Yale who has worked
with tribes in Washington.

Trish Clay
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> From [log in to unmask] Thu Dec 5 10:50:03 1996
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> Subject: Re: Native American Fishery Managers?
> To: Multiple recipients of list FISHFOLK <[log in to unmask]>
> Can't speak for the rest of the U.S. but in Washington State the native
> Americans are entitled, by law, to approximately 50% of the salmon
> harvest. Each tribe has a fishery biologist and many have hatcheries.
> For more information, contact the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission,
> 6730 Martin Way, Olympia, Washington. Telephone 360-438-1180. Sorry, I
> don't have an email or fax number for them.
> You might also want to learn more about the Makah Indians and their
> attempts to start whaling again. The Fisheries Commission may be able
> to give you more information on that subject.
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In response to:
> From [log in to unmask] Wed Dec 4 22:38:05 1996
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> Subject: American Indians & Fisheries/A question.
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Dear FE colleagues,
> I know we have, in FE, some colleagues who are in charge of
> Indian fisheries in the US.
> I would like to know if there are any fishery policies, in the US
> or elsewhere, set up _by and for_ the indians. The aim is to
> attempt learning their ancient views (ecological philosophy,
> etc.) on exploitation of fish resources.
> This could be an interesting opportunity to, perhaps, incorporate
> ancient ecological knowledge into our reductionistic scientific
> world.
> Any leads to texts on the net, references and points of view
> would be most appreciated.
> Cheers,
> Aldo-Pier Solari

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