a rocky beach with evergreen trees on the headlandA story by Samanatha Larson (@samantson) highlights a new interactive resource that synthesizes Indigenous mariculture knowledge and practice throughout the Pacific. Her feature in Signals Magazine, a publication of the Australian National Maritime Museum, delves into the renaissance of these traditional practices for raising clams, octopus, fish and other ocean creatures, and explains their importance for Indigenous food sovereignty. A project of Sea Grant offices and Indigenous communities, the new resource will help to share knowledge and empower Indigenous groups worldwide to restore their ancient practices, Larson writes. Photo by David Stanley via Wikimedia Commons