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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst
I'm passionate about food and the ocean. With my marine blue car, I'm travelling along Europe’s coastline portraiting small scale fishers & enjoying my passions
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Jun 14
‘’Did I tell you that they asked for a LITER of salmon oil for testing/analysis before it can be put on the market? Plus a kilo of bottarga... We'll be lucky to get that amount of either for the whole season!'' Full story@
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Jun 13
'’Small-scale fishers have gone out of business for a huge variety of reasons, but the joy of the small-scale fleet is that they go out in the morning and come back every evening. That’s the BEST quality fish you can possibly hope for.'' Full story&more@
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Jun 12
Sal's lifestyle: ''... So that’s what I like in life. I don’t want three holidays every year or go shopping in New York. Nah… no. I have what I need to keep myself healthy and that’s really what it’s about, isn’t it?’’ full story >
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Jun 10
‘’We sold fish to a buyer, but he didn’t pay us for years. Then he gave us a kiln to smoke fish. I learned from trial and error.'' Full story @
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Jun 3
...Later a lady from the ‘’anonymous’’ survey called her to ask why she hadn’t filled it in. When this same lady started to take the survey over the phone, Sally interrupted her and started talking about the condition of Ireland’s environment... full story@moretosea.nl
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst May 24
On the radio: Barbara, fisherwomen, Sally, fish smoker, Caroline, fishmonger, and I were interviewed by Dany Mitzman for DW Inside Europe. Dany created this beautiful podcast. Listen, learn and enjoy!
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst May 11
Today 13.30h, I present my statement which I developed in the course of this photojournalism journey @ Slow Fish, Genova, the Arena. You're very much welcome. Happy days <3
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Dec 31
Last day of the year, last story of : ''We respect the sea if we catch and eat the right fish in the right season.’’ I fell in love with this poster which markets ‘’blue fish’’, it promotes its qualities of health and taste <3
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Dec 29
"The people that wanted to fish built houses near the sea so they could watch and protect their boat. That is why there are so many small houses here. If we don’t explain this, you cannot understand the village.’’ More stories?
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Dec 27
Antonella & Giusy can realize more now that they formed a union: ‘’Together with a marine biologist we explained that Felucca is very different from practices of other big boats. Since this year there is one article in our law realized especially for us.’’
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Dec 26
Antonella & Giusy lead the group: ‘’It was difficult for the fishermen to choose a leader I think, because they are male. Now we are the leader and that solved the problem.’’ More?
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Dec 22
"We are working hard to start a school in which young adults can learn the theory of fishing in winter and join the fishers in summer. This with the aim to preserve the local economy and fishing traditions.‘’ Full story @
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Dec 20
"If we lose our traditions we come to be no-one, we’ll be nothing. We work hard to realize something here so young people can choose to stay.’’ Sicily, Dec'18. Full story & more >
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Dec 18
"We put together two traditions of this village: cooking and fishing. We are renewing the house of our grandfather so families can spend the night, they then join us on the boat and take park in a cooking workshop. Our income tourism/fishing is 50/50." >
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Dec 17
"Our grandfather was a great fisherman of this little marine village. When he came to have a great age, we decided to follow his footsteps. We learned the job from him and we created a new diversification: taking tourists on board." Full story @
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Dec 17
"Our grandfather was a great fisherman of this little marine village. When he came to have a great age, we decided to follow his footsteps. We learned the job from him and we created a new diversification: taking tourists on board." Full story @
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Nov 6
"The fact that we’re continuing our profession is much related to this international network, to the responsibility that we feel towards one another to remain standing. We make the agreement that we will fight for it, that we will persist!’’ Full story:
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Nov 5
Unilever’s irrelevance to Barbara: ‘’Change shouldn’t come from them, I mean, in the end, those organizations are only interested in things that generate money. In my life Unilever is not relevant. We have to find our space outside of it, to do things which are valuable to us.’’
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Nov 3
Barbara fears 'game over': ''You know those computer games where you have to fight ghosts then you miss one and you die? That’s how we feel. We know, one day we won’t be able to withstand the problems, then it’s done, we’re ‘game over’.'' Full story?
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Mariëlle Klein Lankhorst Oct 14
Wageningen University offered me, as MSc alumni, a space to talk about my project. Curious? Read:
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