Episode One featuring Dr. Rachel
Silverstein and Chef Allen Susser
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In this episode, we highlight the unique ecosystems within Biscayne Bay, as well as useful tips on what you can do today to protect the Bay. We also offer tips on how to start making better seafood choices. Take a look and let us know what you think!
In the second episode, we go fishing with Chef Allen Susser, Chef Dean Max, and Chef Todd Erickson, before attending a sustainable seafood community dinner. And in episode three, we’ll meet Miami spearfisher woman Lauren Sarasura who talks about taking her seafood choices into her own hands, literally. We’re excited to have you join us as we explore sustainable seafood in this series.
Mark your calendar for these upcoming events
- Slow Fish Instagram Live, November 10th, 7 PM ET (Slow Food Miami Instagram)
- Give Miami Day November 19th
- Holiday Stiltsville boat tour December 5th, 4-6 PM ET
Have you seen My Octopus Teacher? If not, watch it tonight on Netflix!! If you have and want to learn a bit about how it was made, check out this amazing interview with the Director.
And to help you destress this week, here’s a video featuring Spinner Dolphins swimming off the coast of the Big Island of Hawaii.
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