So that Sawiya is more often known in this area in terms of her role in the constitution of ato ela gi--women's 'way of life' or 'way of doing', and is represented as the primary female Gogodala ancestor whose actions and behaviour set the basis of women's work and way of life (particularly in the village context) as suggested in the following comment by Bagaliyato and Sawiyato in 2000: 'everything that a woman does now was taught by Sawiya: like making nets, like making fishtraps
, making sago--Sawiya taught us'.
Deena Groom from The Royal Commission looks into the dramatic changes to the sea level of the fishtrap
, offering an astonishing glimpse into the impact of climate change on our coast.
I am the wind that blows in Maceio and the mullet imprisoned in the fishtrap
of the sea.
While two of those properties, the Lansd-owne House and Fishtrap
projects, are located in the James Bay lowlands, the third sits next to the Montcalm mine.
With its anchor-and-schooner tablecloths and faux-fishnet ceiling, the Pillar Point Harbor classic is strictly old school--just the way we like it.
After all, Pikeville is gearing up for Hillbilly Days next month and the weekly newspaper said residents of nearby Fishtrap
are worried about some new costs they're going to have to deal with.
He had left the University of Oregon at Eugene following an injury that sidelined him from basketball, coming north to help his grandfather and uncles with their Etolin Island fishtrap