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(Nov. 17) Making Waves: Offshore Wind Power & Commercial Fishing


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What’s the future of offshore wind power? How is the industry engaging with commercial fishing and other maritime industries in the United States? What can we learn from European installations? Our panelists dug into the current status of offshore wind energy as its focus expands to all coasts - now you can offer your thoughts and ask your questions. 

Speakers: 
• Bonnie Brady, Executive Director, Long Island Commercial Fishing Association
• Mike Conroy, Executive Director, Pacific Coast Federation of Fisherman's Associations
• Annie Hawkins, Executive Director, Responsible Offshore Development Alliance

Moderator: Kirk Moore, National Fisherman associate editor
Host: Jessica Hathaway, National Fisherman editor in chief

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On 11/9/2020 at 12:00 PM, Sam Pfeifle said:

What’s the future of offshore wind power? How is the industry engaging with commercial fishing and other maritime industries in the United States? What can we learn from European installations? Our panelists dug into the current status of offshore wind energy as its focus expands to all coasts - now you can offer your thoughts and ask your questions. 

Speakers: 
• Bonnie Brady, Executive Director, Long Island Commercial Fishing Association
• Mike Conroy, Executive Director, Pacific Coast Federation of Fisherman's Associations
• Annie Hawkins, Executive Director, Responsible Offshore Development Alliance

Moderator: Kirk Moore, National Fisherman associate editor
Host: Jessica Hathaway, National Fisherman editor in chief

Can you tell me how to connect to the presentations by the speakers?

Thank you,

Kelly

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Thank you for the session to you all!

One general question for Mike: We (Ecosystem Science Program at NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center in Seattle) are very interested in helping on the science side of a lot of this and your conversation here seems to suggest that understanding "What are the most important areas to our fisheries?" might be the lowest hanging fruit to tackle on the fisheries science side. We'd love to know who you might be working with already and figure out where we might fit into the science needed to address that question or other questions that you and your members feel are most relevant.

I don't know if you want to answer here or if it's better to send a message to my email?

Thanks again for all the great information from all of the speakers!

Kelly

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