Sea-run Science

Sea-run Science

Sea-run Science: Reconnecting Habitat for Salmon and other Migratory Fish

 

Saturday, March 16; 3:30-4:30pm
Nocturnem Draft Haus

56 Main Street

 

Human activities continue to impact salmon, with many stocks now at critical levels – but it’s not too late. It will take all of us – Indigenous Peoples, fishers, scientists, governments, concerned citizens – working together to increase understanding, create awareness, and take action. Join The Nature Conservancy and NOAA Fisheries as we explore the science behind restoring Maine’s rivers for Atlantic salmon and other species of migratory fish.

 

Presenters

Sarah Haggerty, Maine Audubon

 Sarah Madronal, Downeast Salmon Federation

Daniel McCaw, Penobscot Indian Nation

Joshua Royte, The Nature Conservancy

Rory Saunders, NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service

 

Molly Payne Wynne, The Nature Conservancy – moderator

 

Participating MSF Partner:
Nocturnem Draft Haus

 

Audience: high school +

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