Public presentation: “Are alewives key to rebuilding our coastal cod stocks?” September 8, 7 pm - 8:30 pm

September 8, 2015 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park
9 Atterbury Circle
Winter Harbor
ME 04693
Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park

In this public presentation co-sponsored by Schoodic Institute and Penobscot East Resource Center, MacArthur award winner Ted Ames will discuss the historical links between alewives and the coastal populations of cod. He will explore what the alewife-cod connection implies for the impact of dam removal and river restoration to marine fish restoration in Maine. The 7pm lecture is free.
Schoodic Institute is offering a dinner beforehand by advance registration only, at 5:30pm. The dinner is optional, and registration is NOT required to attend the free evening presentation. The dinner will cost $28 per person, including taxes. Entree selection will be made during online registration. Capacity for the dinner is limited. Registration will open July 31st. Registration deadline is August 26. Please register as soon as possible to reserve your space and allow our staff to plan. See the special menu at registration page from the Schoodic Institute website: or call 207-288-1310