A Fish Called Sustainable
Saturday November 5, 2016  11:30am - 1pm (1 Hour 30 Minutes)
Workshop / Class Festival / Fair

Presented by Devour! The Food Film Fest

A Fish Called Sustainable: Human impacts on the ocean and sustainable seafood initiatives in Canada

This panel will bring together experts from academia, industry, and conservation to highlight the current ecological impacts of fishing—both local and globally, and discuss where gaps in seafood supply chain management currently exist. Additional emphasis will be placed on the role and accessibility of sustainable seafood recommendation programs, and the involvement of chefs and businesses in the promotion of responsibly sourced seafood to consumers. Audience participation will be highly encouraged and attendees are welcome to ask our panelists any questions they have related to fisheries and/or aquaculture practices in Canada and abroad.

Panel discussion with Confirmed Participants: Dave Adler, Dr. Megan Bailey, Ned Bell, Hana Nelson & Moderator: Laurenne Schiller


Al Whittle Theatre
450 Main Street
Wolfville, Nova Scotia

(902) 542-3344

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Studio-Z (902) 542-3344 450 Main Street Wolfville, Nova Scotia B4P 1E2