Affecting Subsistence - Film We Eat Fish

On April 6, close to 100 people gathered to celebrate Alaska’s clean water and world-class seafood with a screening of Inside Passage Waterkeeper’s new film “We Eat Fish!” With scenes from around Southeast, the film looks at people and places whose health is dependent on clean water, commercial fishing, and subsistence harvest.

 

The film below lays out how updates to two metrics called the Fish Consumption Rate and Acceptable Cancer Risk could help protect our waters and ways of life for generations and generations to come.

 

For more information, visit www.insidepassagewaterkeeper.org, email Edie at edie.leghorn@gmail.com, or call 907-586-6942. The film and other resources are available below. 

 

 

Action Kit

- our handout on the issue 

- an FAQ sheet 

- our petition to the Department of Environmental Conservation 

- a sample resolution that some tribes and communities have already passed

- an overview of how you can help/people can get involved 

- a checklist for people interested in organizing an event 

- talking points/discussion questions about the film 

our handout on the issue
we eat fish handout final.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [521.8 KB]
FAQ Sheet
wefFAQs.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [88.5 KB]
our petition to the Department of Environmental Conservation
We Eat Fish FCV Petition 8.21.15 (4).pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [360.5 KB]
a sample resolution that some tribes and communities have already passed
EPA resolution .pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [224.8 KB]
Overview of how you can help/people can get involved
we eat fish organizer overview.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [199.5 KB]
Checklist for people interested in organizing an event
wef checklist and event .pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [238.6 KB]
Talking Points/Discussion questions about the film
wef post film.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [202.1 KB]