Insight Episode #45: Courtney Carothers on the importance of indigenous knowledge systems

This insight episode comes from full episode seventy-nine with Courtney Carothers. 

Courtney is a professor in the college of Fisheries and Oceans at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. 

Courtney talks with Michael about the importance of indigenous expertise and knowledge systems in maintaining fisheries, and how multiple ways of knowing and understanding the land allows for a deeper relationship with the environment that must be valued when thinking about sustainable fisheries management.

Talk by Jessica Black, Courtney Carothers, and Janessa Esquible on Indigenizing Fisheries: