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Fish Lecture Series: Maine's Atlantic Salmon

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  Illustration by Roz Davis Designs. Sturgeon drawing courtesy of the Maine Department of Marine Resources Recreational Fisheries program & the Maine Outdoor Heritage Fund.

Illustration by Roz Davis Designs. Sturgeon drawing courtesy of the Maine Department of Marine Resources Recreational Fisheries program & the Maine Outdoor Heritage Fund.

Highlighting three fish species that migrate between Maine's rivers and coasts.

Join experts John Burrows (ASF) and Paul Christman (DMR), to discuss the state of Maine's Atlantic salmon.

When: Wednesday, August 29 at 6:30pm

Where: Bath Freight Shed in Bath

John Burows from the Atlantic Salmon Federation and Paul Christman from the Department of Marine Resources will present about the state of Atlantic salmon in Maine and restoration projects in the Kennebec, Androscoggin, and Sheepscot Rivers. They have worked on restoration projects to increase salmon habitat in Maine's rivers.

These lectures are a collaboration between KELT and Midcoast Conservancy.

Preregistration for the lecture is not required, but it is appreciated for help with program planning.  For more information or to sign-up, use the Google Form below or call (207) 442-8400.

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KELT and the Midcoast Conservancy are collaborating to host a summer lecture series focused on fish that migrate through Maine’s estuaries and rivers. 

 

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