In order to help protect the health of event participants and our community, Reed College is following the advice of the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) regarding mass gatherings and large community events. Some programs and events at Reed may be canceled or postponed due to COVID-19 prevention efforts.
Prior to attending an event, we strongly encourage you to check Reed’s events calendar at events.reed.edu for status updates. Questions? Please contact the conference & events planning office at 503-777-7522.
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Where the Foulies Hit the Road in Fisheries Conservation
Noah Oppenheim ’10 grew up in Maine, became SCUBA certified at 15, and has stayed salty ever since. He’s worked as a commercial fisherman on a 35-foot salmon gillnetter and as a federal fisheries observer on 350-foot trawlers in the Bering Sea. He earned masters degrees at the University of Maine studying lobster population dynamics and the epistemology of scientific tools designed with stakeholder end users in mind, and he was awarded a Sea Grant Fellowship in the US Congress. Now, after having served for three years as the executive director of the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations, the largest commercial fishing organization on the West Coast, Oppenheim is ready to answer the tough questions in a wide-ranging retrospective: What’s in store for the West Coast’s fishing communities? Will suing the oil industry make a difference for ocean climate? Does any of the theory actually matter?
Co-sponsored by the department of economics and the environmental studies program. Free and open to the public.
The college is following the advice of Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the CDC for mass gatherings and large community events to help protect the health of event participants and our community. Some programs and events at Reed may be canceled or postponed due to COVID-19 prevention. Prior to attending an event, we strongly encourage you to check Reed’s events calendar listing for the most current information on the status of each event. Contact the office in charge of the event or Conference & Events Planning with questions.
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 4:30pm
3203 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR 97202, USA
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