Please join Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust, Maine Coast Heritage Trust, and Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association for a panel presentation exploring the different aspects of Brunswick’s waterfront!
From commercial fishing to recreational boating to planning for how these uses work together amidst a changing environment, this will be a conversational event designed to foster communications between members of the community and those who work on and manage the town’s working waterfront.
Samples of local seafood along with Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association’s Maine Coast Monkfish Stew will be served. The stew is produced by Hurricane Soups & Premium Chowders in Greene, Maine using sustainably harvested monkfish along with Maine produce and dairy. The proceeds from the sale of the Stew benefit MCFA’s Fishermen Feeding Mainers program that donates fresh seafood to schools, food pantries and community groups statewide.
This event will be offered as a hybrid – you can either join via Zoom, or in person at Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s office.
Registration is required.
- Marko Melendy of the Brunswick Rivers and Coastal Waters Commission and Bowdoin College’s Schiller Coastal Studies Center
- Angela Twitchell, Executive Director of Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust
- Max Burtis, commercial shellfish harvester and co-owner of Ferda Farm (oyster farm)
- Helene Harrower of Paul’s Marina
Monique Coombs – Director of Community Programs for Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association
Bookings are closed for this event.