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Events Calendar

Apollo Bay Seafood Fest Conversations 2021: Underwater - Underfoot
Saturday 13 February 2021, 10:00am - 03:00pm
Hits : 20

Hosted by everyone's favourite salty raconteurs Hilary McNevin and Richard Cornish.

Our morning session will explore all things 'Underwater' with an update from our local fishermen, Frosty, Nick and Markus along with Victorian Seafood's Johnathon Davey on what a crazy year its been for the local seafood industry, then Simon Branigan from The Nature Conservancy Australia will join us to tell us all about The Reef Builder Program, an exciting new partnership between the Australian Government and The Nature Conservancy to bring shellfish reefs back from the brink of extinction.

We continue the liquid theme with acclaimed wine writer and raconteur Max Allen talking about his new book, 'Intoxicating: Ten drinks that shaped Australia'.

Our afternoon Conversations will explore 'Underfoot: Walking on Country' with Michael-Shawn Fletcher and Dr. Jack Pascoe. Michael is a Wiradjuri man, a paleoecologist and biogeographer, and Associate Professor and Assistant Dean (Indigenous) in the Faculty of Science at The University of Melbourne. He is also Director of Research Capability at the Indigenous Knowledge Institute. Jack is a Yuin man, a scientist and conservation ecologist at the Cape Otway Conservation Ecology Centre. Michael and Jack will yarn about caring for Country, fire management, the year that has been and what we can all learn from it.

Tickets and more information available at https://www.apollobayseafoodfestival.com/

Apollo Bay Seafood Fest Conversations 2021: Underwater - Underfoot

Saturday 13 February 2021 10:00am - 03:00pm
Hits : 20

Hosted by everyone's favourite salty raconteurs Hilary McNevin and Richard Cornish.

Our morning session will explore all things 'Underwater' with an update from our local fishermen, Frosty, Nick and Markus along with Victorian Seafood's Johnathon Davey on what a crazy year its been for the local seafood industry, then Simon Branigan from The Nature Conservancy Australia will join us to tell us all about The Reef Builder Program, an exciting new partnership between the Australian Government and The Nature Conservancy to bring shellfish reefs back from the brink of extinction.

We continue the liquid theme with acclaimed wine writer and raconteur Max Allen talking about his new book, 'Intoxicating: Ten drinks that shaped Australia'.

Our afternoon Conversations will explore 'Underfoot: Walking on Country' with Michael-Shawn Fletcher and Dr. Jack Pascoe. Michael is a Wiradjuri man, a paleoecologist and biogeographer, and Associate Professor and Assistant Dean (Indigenous) in the Faculty of Science at The University of Melbourne. He is also Director of Research Capability at the Indigenous Knowledge Institute. Jack is a Yuin man, a scientist and conservation ecologist at the Cape Otway Conservation Ecology Centre. Michael and Jack will yarn about caring for Country, fire management, the year that has been and what we can all learn from it.

Tickets and more information available at https://www.apollobayseafoodfestival.com/

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