Most of us know about the continued usage of cyanide fishing in Indo-Pacific collecting areas. The process of converting decades of cyanide fisherman to more sustainable net fishing methods has made very little progress but this is a story of a fishing community that came together to collectively change their ways. Les Village is a Balinese seaside community that abandoned fishing with potassium cyanide in favor of net fishing ornamental fish, a move that not only garners better fish and better income, but it also preserves the reef that provides them food and income for generations to come. The video was uploaded by Eddie Hansen, and it features 4 parts, only the first two of which have been uploaded. Although you may know much of what this young girl narrator has to say about the perils of cyanide fishing, it is still informative to follow along as the film documents the changes in Les Village as they make a concerted effort to catch better fish and preserve their future. Part 2 is after the break and we look forward to watching future installments of this informative story.