We know we've been inviting you to a lot of events lately and we hope you're finding the offerings of interest! Here's one more fantastic event on Sunday, April 29 that we're helping to plan:
Fishing for Sustainability:
Finding the fine balance between our fish and our fishermen
Featuring keynote speakers Paul Greenberg, author of Four Fish,
and Barton Seaver, chef/author, For Cod & Country
Sunday April 29, 1:00-5:00 pm
Harvard Science Center B, 1 Oxford Street
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Our waters may be cold, but the topic of sustainable fishing in New England is hot. We know that the bounty of the sea is special to New England. How do we most accurately assess our fish stocks? Which fish varieties should we be eating? How do we maintain the tradition and livelihood of our fishing fleet and still safeguard our environment and our fish? Join us for this Teach-In on New England fishing and hear from experts in policy, science, nutrition, the environment, business - and from our fishermen.
This event is a collaboration between Let's Talk About Food, the Museum of Science, New England Aquarium, the Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard Medical School, Chefs Collaborative, and the Cambridge Science Festival.