SUFB 1184: Applying the regenerative ocean farming model to adapt to fisheries

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Fishers have had to adapt to many changes over generations. Some of those changes are natural, but most are human-induced.

For one fisher in Alaska, adapting has been part of his entire life. Dune Lankard is an indigenous fisher in Alaska who has had to endure tsunamis, oil spills, the commoditization of the Indigenous way of fishing and life, and now climate change.

Dune's latest adaptation to regenerative ocean farming provides a sustainable fishing model that is good for the ocean and his income.

Link to article: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/facing-warming-waters-fishermen-are-taking-up-ocean-farming-180978091/

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