Greenmarket’s Educated Eater series presents
Off The Hook: Why Local Seafood is Sustainable
Saturday, March 13th from 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm at 92 Y Tribeca
Do you want to know what fish are sustainable to eat? Are you confused by pocket seafood guides and competing certification labels? Do you wonder if any fish sold at farmer’s markets are overfished? Greenmarket will bring together fishermen, a regulatory agent, a marine advocate, and a chef to help untangle these questions and talk about what’s being done to promote sustainable fishing practices and why it’s important to support our local fishing families and communities.
Panelists include, Alex and Stephanie Villani from Blue Moon Fish in Mattituck, NY; Christopher M. Moore Chief of the Partnerships and Communications Division in the office of Sustainable Fisheries at NOAA Fisheries Service and Niaz Dorry, Director of the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance (NAMA).
Moderated by Colin Alevras Chef of the former acclaimed restaurant Tasting Room and now Beverage Director for David Chang's Momofuku restaurants.
Light local snacks and New York State wine will be served.
Tickets are $10. Get them here.
92Y Tribeca is located at 200 Hudson Street, at Canal.