Watch and be amazed by Alaska’s Pacific salmon. This exists right now. It won’t exist if the Pebble Mine gets built. Stop the Pebble Mine!
Salmon Odyssey #1 (ClimateOne)
Documentarian Jim Norton discusses the history of our failure to harmonize water and hydroelectric development with the needs of our rievrs and salmon. Excerpted from a panel presentation to the ClimateOne series of California’s Commonwealth Club.
Salmon Odyssey #2 (ClimateOne)
California policy-maker Phil Isenberg discusses California’s history and future relationship with dams and the prospects for restoring salmon. Excerpted from a panel presentation to the ClimateOne series of California’s Commonwealth Club.
Introduction to Bill Kier.
Introduction to interview with Zeke Grader, Executive Director of the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations, and biologist Bill Kier, conducted summer 2015.
Remembering with Zeke Grader
Zeke Grader, Executive Director of the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations, interviewed shortly before his death on September 7, 2015. Zeke discusses his career defending fisheries, including California’s wild Pacific Salmon. Joined later by his long-time compatriot, Bill Kier, biologist and salmon advocate.
California’s 20th Century Salmon history with Bill Kier
Interview with biologist Bill Kier regarding the history of California River and Salmon conservation efforts from the second half of the 20th century through the present.
California’s Salmon Fishery Closure
Interview with two of SalmonAID’s co-founders, Captain Mike Hudson and Dr. Jon Rosenfield, about the problems our salmon populations face today, the effects of these problems and salmon restoration in general.