> > From [log in to unmask] Thu Dec 5 20:47:32 1996
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> > Subject: Re: Native American Fishery Managers?
> > To: Multiple recipients of list FISHFOLK <[log in to unmask]>
> > > 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.
> > >
> > The videos described below, particularly, "My Strength is From the Fish"
> > are tribal people talking about their values. I'd also suggest reviewing,
> > if the emphasis is on policies, the Alaskan Native Whaling Commission
> > chapter by Milton M.R. Freeman in Evelyn Pinkerton's Co-operative
> > Management of Local Fisheries and Freeman's article in volume
> > 52(3):243-250 of Human Organization.
> > The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission recently released
> > three 30-minute videos called "Chinook Trilogy." The videos
> > offer the tribal perspective on the salmon decline and what
> > should be done to improve salmon runs. "My Strength is From the
> > Fish" covers the importance of salmon to the Indian people in the
> > Columbia basin. "Empty Promises, Empty Nets" gives the history of
> > treaty fishing rights, and "Matter of Trust" proposes solutions
> > to current problems with salmon stocks. A 20-page summary
> > booklet accompanies each video.
> > For more information contact Chinook Trilogy, Wild Hare Media, PO
> > Box 3854, Portland OR 97208 or call 1-800-WLD-HARE.