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Community Science on Fogo Island

Engaging community members in ocean research means they bring their historical, cultural, industrial, and lived experience to each project.

Chatting with Community Host Rosemarie Burke

Food for Thought: Reinforcing our local economy through an appreciation of our foodways

Know your neighbours, know yourself,” a conversation between Zita Cobb & Michael Bungay Stanier.

Zita’s Story

Zita Cobb was born on Fogo Island in 1958, part of the eighth generation in her family to call the island home. Forced to leave the island after the collapse of the inshore cod fishery, she and her family ended up in Ontario, Canada where she studied business in Ottawa.

Cauliflower Thinking

Fogo Island is a small floret with big stories. Here, we share these stories to present varying views on life, work, and art on this Island in the North Atlantic.

Zita Cobb joins thought leaders to discuss paradigm shifts in how we think about capital and the economy 

Exploring Seaweed Cultivation on Fogo Island

Fogo Island’s Annual Scholarship Program

Liam Gillick unveils a Weather Station on Fogo Island

In the Punt with PJ Decker

The Floret—Ernst Hupel

The Floret—Mackenzie Hewitt

The Floret—Jonathan Gushue

A Living, Breathing Ode to the Mighty Punt: The New Punt Premises Now Open



The World Has Changed. So has ’52 Places.’

Canada Files | Zita Cobb

On the 10th Anniversary of the Fogo Island Inn, Zita Cobb Is Still Building Community

The 2021 AFAR Travel Vanguard

Artist Liam Gillick’s “A Variability Quantifier (The Fogo Island Red Weather Station)” For Fogo Island Arts

In Remote Newfoundland, the Fogo Island Inn Is Reinventing Socially Conscious Travel

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