In Canada, salmon farmers building social license with First Nations

Lauren Kramer

Companies like Grieg and Marine Harvest are finding harmony with several native communities Photos courtesy of the B.C. Salmon Farmers Association. The ties between the aquaculture industry in British Columbia and the First Nations communities on whose traditional territories those operations are located haven’t always been strong. But over the past decade-and-a-half, many of those relationships…

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  • Lauren Kramer

    Lauren Kramer

    Lauren Kramer is a freelance journalist residing in Richmond, B.C., who has written extensively about seafood marketing for SeaFood Business magazine and SeafoodSource.com. Her work appears in a number of business journals, including Bellingham Whatcom County Tourism, USA National Culinary Review, Flavor & The Menu and many others.