MITSC Tributaries is excited to announce the release of a series of short videos that aim to highlight content and promote discussion related to our newest report, Sea Run. The report addresses the impact of Maine policies and activity on the quality and quantity of traditional tribal fish stocks and sustenance lifeways practices, spanning from the time of first contact between Europeans and the Wabanaki Nations to the present day.
- In the introductory video (above) we provide a brief overview of the report's important subject matter.
- The next video features the first part of an interview with co-authors of the report. Hear what surprised them the most as they researched this report.
- Stay tuned for the next video, to be released soon, which continues the conversation with co-authors of the Sea Run report.