We Can't Eat Gold Production Stills by Giovanna Marcantonio
Subsistence user Petla Noden setting out his net
Picking salmon from the net
Subsistence user Petla Noden in the truck, bringing freshly caught salmon home to be cleaned
Tundra near Dillingham, Alaska
Children learning how to prepare salmon at the Curyung Tribal Culture Camp in Dillingham, AK.
Children cutting fish at the Curyung Tribal Culture Camp in Dillingham, AK.
Grandpa Joe cleaning fish with his family
Dillingham residents express their views in town
Young boy cuts fish at the Curyung Tribal Culture Camp in Dillingham, AK.
Fresh salmon on the drying rack
Boats used for subsistence and sport fishing in Bristol Bay, Alaska.
Family heading out to drift net
Subsistence fishing in Bristol Bay, AK.
Father and son drift net fishing in Bristol Bay, AK.
Drift net in the waters of Bristol Bay, AK.
Pulling salmon from the net
Subsistence fishing with family in Bristol Bay, AK
Commercial fishing equipment at the boat yard in Dillingham, Alaska
Chief Tom Tilden works on his fishing boat in Dillingham, Alaska
Chief Tom Tilden holding an anti-pebble mine flag in Dillingham, Alaska
Popular commercial boat launch in Dillingham, Alaska
Commercial fish processing in Bristol Bay, AK.
Bobby Andrew's family home.
Fishing net and guitar in Dillingham, AK
A recent poll shows 80% of the population in Dillingham, Alaska oppose Pebble Mine
Many vehicles in Dillingham, AK reflect locals' opinions of the proposed Pebble Mine.
We Can't Eat Gold, draft theatrical poster, 02/25/2013
Bird flying over Lake