Legendary Fisherwoman Anne Mosness

They discuss the risks of the Pebble Mine for fisheries.

On this episode of the Catch Curve, Robert is joined by Anne Mosness, a pioneer fisherwomen and fisheries activist. They discuss her start as in the commercial wild salmon game and how she became a conservationist. They also discuss the Alaskan Pebble Mine project and high risks for the salmon fishery should (if) something where to go wrong.

Robert E. Jones

Robert is the Director of the Gulf of Mexico in the Oceans Program at Environmental Defense Fund. EDF is a global nonprofit organization with over 2 million members. Based in Austin, Robert manages a team of economists, biologists and policy experts focused on healthy fish stocks, maximum sustainable fishing opportunities and thriving coastal communities. In 2018 U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross appointed Robert to the Marine Fisheries Advisory Committee (MAFAC) to provide expert counsel to the Secretary and NOAA fisheries on marine issues. Robert grew up on the coast near Corpus Christi, Texas and is an avid hunter, recreational angler and scuba diver.