SEEN IN VANCOUVER #444: Short Film With A Local Marine Biologist On Farmed Salmon

Here’s the latest short film from Lewis Bennett, a local man who we’ve been proud to support in his mission to make 12 films about BC. This is the ninth film in the series, and it’s a doozy called “An Afternoon with Alexandra Morton”.

We sat down with marine biologist Alexandra Morton in her backyard – to discuss her life, her predictions for the future of salmon in British Columbia, and her thoughts on humanity.

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  1. Thank you thank you thank you for sharing Dr. Morton’s take on our marine environment and the salmon farm issue. Preserving these resources for our children and their children and on and on is so important.

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