|Interviewee||Description||Interviewer||Date of Interview||Location of Interview||Affiliation||Collection|
Leilani Luhrs is a commercial and subsistence fisherwomen who fishes out of Togiak, AK. In this interview, Leilani talks about learning how to fish from her Dad and her experiences as being one of the few young girls fishing in Togiak Bay when she was growing up. Leilani also talks about environmental changes she?s witnessed, and how her family has adapted to the uncertainty of fishing. Leilani also speaks to her own identity as fishing as a way of life and her deep connection to the ocean.
|Kim Sparks , Anna Lavoie, Jean Lee, Kitty Sopow||Togiak, AK||Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, NOAA Fisheries, Alaska Fisheries Science Center , Bristol Bay Native Association , Preserve America||Women in Alaska Fisheries|
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