Kathy Evans, Manager, Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, explains the BC process for acquiring an aquaculture shellfish tenure and licence at the public meeting in Union Bay June 13, 2012. The transcription is taken from this portion of the original video.
>Kathy Evans-Presentation transcription- Jun13,2012 Click Here<
Pdf file of the powerpoint by Kathy Evans, Manager, MFLNRO, that complements the video and transcription of her presentation
Kerry Marcus, Shellfish Coordinator for DFO
Kerry Marcus, Shellfish Coordinator for DFO discusses the federal role in aquaculture tenure applications at the Shellfish Tenure meeting on June 13, 2012, in Union Bay. There is also a transcript of her talk (see below). The video is difficult to hear, so some parts of the transcription are marked as (unclear) to communicate that something was not transcribe from the video.
>Kerry Marcus – Presentation Transcription DFO – Jun 13, 2012 click here<
Eric Gant, proponent for the Sea Cucumber tenure application from Royston and Union Bay, talks about his background and experience in aquaculture in British Columbia. Below the video is a transcription of this portion of the original video recorded at the June 13, 2012, meeting in Union Bay. The audio is not always clear, the transcript is marked (unclear) to indicate a word or few words are missing.
>Eric Gant Proponent – Presentation Transcription – Jun13,2012 click here<
Dan Bowen, one of the proponents of the sea cucumber tenure application, talks about their management plan for Baynes Sound. Below is a transcription of the video. Places marked (unclear) are to note a word or words are missing in the transcript. Also see the powerpoint of the presentation below that outlines Dan Bowen’s presentation.
> Click Here – Dan Bowen, Proponent – Jun 13, 2012 Click Here <
> Click Here – Sea Cucumber Adaptive Management Plan – Click Here <
Lora Tryon, biologist for the North Baynes Sound Shellfish tenure application talks about the research component of the sea cucumber tenure applications in Baynes Sound.
Brian Kingzett, Deep Bay Marine Field Station Manager