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Salmon, People and Place Reading in Bellingham & Seattle

Acclaimed fisheries biologist Jim Lichatowich shares his newly released book, Salmon, People and Place at events in Bellingham and Seattle

Don't miss this great opportunity as acclaimed fisheries Salmon, people, placebiologist Jim Lichatowich shares his newly released book, Salmon, People and Place: A Biologist's Search for Salmon Recovery. Jim will sign copies of his book and give an informative talk at Village Books in Bellingham on Wednesday, November 20, and at The Elliott Bay Book Company in Seattle on Thursday, November 21. Both events are free and open to the public, and start at 7:00PM. Co-sponsored by Wild Fish Conservancy.

In Salmon, People, and Place, acclaimed fisheries biologist Jim Lichatowich (author of Salmon Without Rivers) eloquently exposes the misconceptions underlying salmon management and recovery programs that have fueled the catastrophic decline in Northwest salmon populations for more than a century.  He also provides hope with a concrete plan for salmon recovery, one based on the myriad lessons learned from past mistakes:  an acute commitment to healing the relationships among salmon, people, and place.

Bellingham:

Wednesday, November 20, 7:00 PM - Village Books - Directions

Seattle:

Thursday, November 21, 7:00 PM - Elliott Bay Book Company - Directions

Cost:

Both events are free and open to the public

 

Jim Lichatowich

Jim Lichatowich is the author of the award-winning book, Salmon without Rivers: A History of the Pacific Salmon Crisis. He has worked on Pacific salmon issues as a researcher, manager, and scientific advisor for more than forty years. He has served many years on the Independent Scientific Advisory Board for the Columbia River salmon restoration program, the State of Oregon's Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team, and on other independent scientific review panels in British Columbia and California. He lives in Columbia City, Oregon.

For more information, contact Trent Donohue via email or at 425-788-1167.

Thank you for supporting wild fish. Hope to see you there!

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