Continuing our exploration of Sandhill Cranes in northern Ontario we speak with those on the ground seeking ways to adapt and mitigate the damage to crops. We speak with Justin Gaudet (Valley Growers) as he describes the different methods he has been using to curtail the damage to his potato crops. We also speak with Christopher Sharp about a new biological control product called Avipel that farmers are interested in adopting through research and experience from the United States. Finally, we continue our conversation with Chief Dean Sayers who shares the significant cultural role Cranes continue to have for Indigenous peoples. Join us as we get a better understanding of the crane's larger impact on the region and the people who call it home.