header image

Posts tagged with ODFW

1060 miles 20 hours 14 interviews And one day to say everything I need to say. How could I possibly, in a five minute presentation, communicate the nuances of the 14 conversations I had with fishers up and down the Oregon coast? How could I make sure that they weren’t being misrepresented by my words, […]

under: Madison Rose Bristol, Summer Scholars
Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

On Thursday, July 12th, my mentor Dr. Beth Marino and I joined a virtual meeting. I had high hopes; for four weeks I had been waiting to hear if I had approval to conduct my primary research project, which was to interview fishermen up and down the Oregon coast. The work I had been doing […]

under: Madison Rose Bristol, Summer Scholars, Uncategorized
Tags: , , , , ,

I have so many memories I would like to share with you. I feel lucky. It’s only been three weeks since I arrived at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, OR, but they have been filled with rich moments. Most of these I have shared with my fellow scholars in Newport (Taylor, Dani, Abby, and […]

under: Madison Rose Bristol, Summer Scholars
Tags: , , , ,

Mission:  To inherit the knowledge of every place and people I call home.    There’s a first for everything. First job, first road trip, first time meeting the people you now cherish. Being a Summer Scholar promises to be full of firsts: this will be the longest that I have been away from home (Seattle, […]

under: Madison Rose Bristol
Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

The tales we tell…

Posted by: | June 5, 2017 | 2 Comments |

Stories are a near universal aspect of human existence. They define who we are as a people, illustrate the values we hold as individuals, and provide a common medium by which to communicate the shared human experience. The more that I delve into my work and examine myself, the more I realize how integral storytelling […]

under: Natural Resources Policy Fellow
Tags: , , ,

Talk to Strangers

Posted by: | August 17, 2016 | 3 Comments |

Communication is easy these days… but it also is not. With the plethora of electronic devices and media sharing platforms right at our fingertips, we are bombarded with information about so many different things that it can be tough to retain the full message. Something that struck me about my research this summer was that of […]

under: Justin Dalaba
Tags: , , ,

Whale Said

Posted by: | August 7, 2016 | 4 Comments |

Whales are neat. Well, that’s my opinion at least and I hope you feel the same way by the end of these short paragraphs. Recently, I’ve become so attuned to searching for whales while conducting visitor surveys on the Oregon coast that the visitors at Depot Bay ask me questions about the whales as I […]

under: Justin Dalaba
Tags: , , , ,

I don’t want to resort to the old cliché, “the mountains are calling and I must go,” but I answered that call this weekend. It’s been a while since I’ve spent much time rolling ankles over stubborn roots and scrambling over precarious rocks. Despite the fact that I couldn’t find a hiking buddy, I still […]

under: Justin Dalaba
Tags: , , , ,

Don’t Be Shellfish

Posted by: | July 24, 2016 | 2 Comments |

Eat local. That’s a phrase we hear fairly often these days, especially with the Locavore movement and all its counterparts. After learning throughout my college years how to be a more conscious consumer of food, I’ve always found it both challenging and exciting to eat locally and seasonally. Here on the Oregon coast, seafood is […]

under: Justin Dalaba
Tags: , , ,

Wandering, Not Lost.

Posted by: | July 24, 2016 | 1 Comment |

After a lot of traveling over the past two weeks, I’ve finally had a chance to rest and reflect. It’s been a mix of both personal and work travel totaling to just about 7,000 miles between plane and car. In short, I now have over 300 completed ODFW ocean literacy surveys and a sister who […]

under: Justin Dalaba, Uncategorized
Tags: , , ,

Older Posts »