Lecture Series from Gundalow Company

“Our Waters, Your Future: Choosing to Make a Difference”  Mark your calendars for our fall Contemporary Coastal Issues series, which will examine local water quality issues and explore ways we can all reduce our impact.

November 17, 7:00 pm, Gundalow Company headquarters, 60 Marcy Street, Portsmouth, “Engaging Citizens to Protect Our Waters”, Presented by: Candace Dolan, Hodgdon Brook Restoration Project & the Southeast Watershed Alliance Based on her experience with the Hodgson Brook Restoration Project, which utilizes volunteers to protect the coastal watershed and decrease the flow of pollutants into surface waters, Candace will discuss citizen-based projects, such as rain gardens and vegetative buffers, that are already making a positive impact.

December 15, 7:00 pm, Levenson Community Room, Portsmouth Library, “Supporting Sustainable Fisheries”, Panel Discussion with: Bob Campbell, Yankee Fisherman’s Coop, Will Carey, Little Bay Oyster Company,  Carolyn Eastman, Eastman’s Fish Market, Ken LaValley, UNH Cooperative Extention, Sara Zoe Patterson, Seacoast Eat Local, Roger Woodman, Commercial fisherman using 19th Century methods.  Panelists will discuss what current issues face our local fisheries, how their organizations are addressing these challenges and what consumers can do to ensure the long term health of our fisheries.

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