Over the next two episodes we're looking at the impact that Sandhill cranes are having on agriculture, and the important cultural role they've had for Indigenous peoples. We will hear about the perspectives on the impact that cranes have had and are currently having.
Who we spoke to:
- Chief Dean Sayers, Batchewana First Nation
- Christopher Sharp, Population Management Biologist with the Canadian Wildlife Service
- Justin Gaudet, Owner of Valley Growers
Through this dialogue, we'll explore the strategies that researchers and farmers have come up with to mitigate their impacts on the agricultural sector. Along the way, we'll get a better understanding of the crane's larger impact on the region and the people who call it home.