Jennifer Woodland: Indigenous aquaculture is beyond stewardship
By Jean Ko Din
Jennifer Woodland is CEO of Nu-chah-nulth Seafood, a Canadian Indigenous-owned company that provides business development support for aquaculture businesses in the Indigenous communities of Vancouver Island. She also serves as chair of the Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance. Throughout her career, advocacy for the aquaculture industry has been just as important as her day-to-day work. In this episode, she shares what she has learned about bringing the industry’s message to the public.
- Gratitude Seafood (NSLP’s Indigenous owned brand)
- Profile story about Nuu-chah-nulth Cannery LP from Hakai Magazine
- CAIA and the FCC’s Blue Economy strategy
- CAIA’s open letter to the prime minister for the Discovery Islands
- Globe and Mail op ed: “Canada’s seafood industry can return to its rightful place as a global powerhouse”