People are starting to take notice of the dangers of fish farming! A Fishy Tale already has 895 views on YouTube as of today! (Sat, 9/6 4:23pm AK time) Not even a month has gone by since the films release and the film has reached 895 people - 895 people who now understand the threat of open-net salmon farms to Alaska and how environmentally devastating it has been every place open-net fish farms have been placed.
Take 56 minutes and 24 seconds out of your life and learn why you should care about open-net fish farms. Learn why it matters if people eat farmed salmon. This is your chance to help stop the madness. Watch the film and share it with everyone you know.
Plus, listen to the song I wrote and recorded just for A Fishy Tale, "Stir It Up". There are actually a lot of great songs on the film's soundtrack that were written by a great friend Dean Aloise and his band. I could never thank him enough for his contribution to this project. "Sometimes Dreams" is another great tune that plays while I'm picketing in D.C. Plus - more great music along with this riveting film! How about watch A Fishy Tale right now!
AND, check out this great article about A Fishy Tale from the Bristol Bay Times. Thanks Jill Homer for believing enough in this cause to help me spread the word.
Alaska-made film takes aim at salmon farming, by Jill Homer - Bristol Bay Times