Susan LaRosa shares the following –
Film to make television debut on the Discovery Channel on April 15
WASHINGTON (Saving Seafood) — March 16, 2017 — A new documentary on the state of the New England cod fishery will be screened for the public in a free special engagement in Washington, D.C. The film, Scared Cod: The Fight For a New England Tradition, was directed and produced by Steve Liss, Andy Laub, and the Boston Globe’s David Abel.
The film is a “feature-length documentary that captures the collapse of the historic cod population in New England, delving into the role of overfishing, the impact of climate change, the effect of government policies on fishermen and the fish, and the prospect of a region built on cod having no cod left to fish.” It features interviews with fishermen, scientists, and federal policymakers.
April 4, 2017: Boston’s Park Plaza Hotel as part of the Center for Effective Philanthropy’s national meeting. More here.
April 13, 2017: The Boston Public Library as part of a Conservation Law Foundation screening.
Sacred Cod will premiere on the Discovery Channel on April 15.
The Museum of Natural History has announced plans to hold a free public screening on Friday, March 23, at 6:30 pm. Registration for the event is free and can be done here. Following the screening there will be a panel discussion with Mr. Liss and Mr. Abel, moderated by Nancy Knowlton, the Museum’s Sant Chair for Marine Science.
Susan LaRosa Asks- Where can I order some BBQ for a party? Where can I get great pies for Thanksgiving? Thanks, Susan
I figure Smokin Jim’s is closed for the season so I’d say The Farm Bar and Grill for the authentic BBQ.
A little help on the Pies guys. Leave your comment on this post!
Hi Joey: Just had new stepping stones put in last week. Mama turtle
decided to find a spot to lay eggs, I guess. I’ll be filling in holes in
our new landscaping in the days to come.
I don’t know how to make turtle soup – does sister Felicia?
Rock Sculptures on the Back Shore Photos From Janet Rice
I was intrigued by the beauty of these rock sculptures through the morning fog on the Back Shore. In the last photo, does anyone know what James Regan -14- signifies?