Fish Migration Tales

Fish Migration Tales

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Each spring, millions of fish return to Maine’s coastal rivers to spawn.  For thousands of years, these fish runs have helped humans build and sustain communities, economies, and cultures, connections to which we all share even as dams, pollution, and other threats have limited habitat and diminished historic numbers and species of fish.  As scientists, conservationists, and anglers seek to protect these rivers and streams, it is their stories, both new and old, which carry the memories and connect new generations.

Join Maine Audubon and our co-host The Nature Conservancy in Maine for an evening of storytelling.  We will hear from a scientist, an activist, and a Wabanaki harvester, who will each share a story to help us all relate to this phenomenon that still defines time and place.

This program will take place at Gilsland Farm in Falmouth and also have an online option to attend via Zoom.

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Name of contact person - Sarah Madronal

Country - United States

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Date And Time

2024-05-01 @ 19:00 (EDT) to
2024-05-01 @ 20:30 (EDT)

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