The Net Result: Our Evolving Fisheries
The Penobscot Marine Museum’s History Conference is Saturday, April 8, 8:30am-3:30pm, at the University of Maine Hutchinson Center, 80 Belmont Ave., Belfast, ME. Human innovation and technology have proven to be too successful for the health of our fisheries and our local ecosystem. Our line-up of scientists, historians, journalists, activists, consumers and fishermen will answer the question: How did this happen and what do we do now?
• Jeffrey Bolster, University of New Hampshire Professor of History
• Ted Ames, Fisheries Ecologist & Co-founder of Penobscot East Resource Center
• Peter Neill, Director of World Ocean Observatory
• Patrick Shepard, Fisheries Policy Associate at Penobscot East Resource Center
• Nancy Harmon Jenkins, Food Historian and Writer
• Glen Libby, Manager of Port Clyde Fresh Catch and Co-author of Caught: time, place, fish
• Dave Jackson, Former publisher of National Fisherman
Students: $30 | Museum members: $50 | Teachers/Non-profit Employees: $50 | Non-members: $60.