Blue Fish Radio is produced by Blue Fish Canada, a registered charity concerned with the future of fish and fishing in Canada. The show features interviews with stewards with local knowledge and expertise relevant to Canada’s fresh and salt water ecosystems. Lawrence Gunther is the host. Each show lasts 30 minutes and can be heard on WRVO Radio over the internet.

Production and distribution of the Blue fish Radio Show is intended to share valuable lessons and successes so more people can become stewards of their local resources. By empowering local champions with knowledge, future generations of Canadians will have the opportunity to pursue the tradition of fishing, and by doing so, maintain a vital link between people and our aquatic resources.

If you have a story to tell about how you made a difference in your community, or would like to nominate a local champion to be interviewed on Blue Fish Radio, please contact Lawrence.

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David Ullrich on Cuts to the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative

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Lorne Johnson on Balancing the Economy and the Environment

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Atlantic Salmon Federation on Placentia Bay Aquaculture

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Lorne Johnson on Funding Environmental Groups

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