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Sea-run Science

An exploration of the science behind restoring Maine's rivers for Atlantic salmon and other migratory species
When Mar 16, 2019
from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Where Nocturnem Draft Haus, 56 Main Street, Bangor, ME
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Contact Phone 2074789548
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Reconnecting Habitat for Salmon and other Migratory Fish

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 in Maine; Rory Saunders, NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service.

Molly Payne Wynne, The Nature Conservancy in Maine – moderatorBlack and white illustration of an Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar).

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