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Food And Sustainability Lecture, Food Tasting and Book Signing
October 31, 2011, 4:12 pm
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Food And Sustainability Lecture, Food Tasting and Book Signing

November 9, 2011

Chef Barton Seaver
Lecture, Food Tasting, and Book Signing

Chef, author, and National Geographic Fellow Barton Seaver uses the common lens of dinner to translate some of the big issues affecting our oceans into everyday cultural concerns such as health, jobs, and community. He explains how a sustainable approach to seafood goes beyond red lists and green lists. It’s not just about what products we use, but just as importantly, how we use them.

Seaver’s thought-provoking and inspiring stories teach us about innovative ways everyone can glean more economic and social value out of the products we use every day. His mission is to help us restore our relationships with the natural world and, in doing so, achieve our common goals for well-being, prosperity, and sustainability.

The evening includes a food tasting and a book signing of Seaver’s book, For Cod and Country.

6:309 p.m.
National Aquarium’s Meyerhoff Auditorium
Cost: $10 for members, $15 for non-members
Reservations are required; call 410-727-FISH (3474) to reserve.

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It is a shame, but the people who should hear the most about
“sustainable” food sources are the ones that can’t afford to pay for the event,lol

Comment by Nora Rich

Agreed! And it is for this very reason that Baltidome focuses primarily on promoting events that are free and open to the public. Events, such as this one at the National Aquarium however, are often more costly that $15 per person, which is why this special opportunity was chosen to be featured on the blog.

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