Wed Mar 22, 2017 7:00pm
Branford Land Trust March Lecture
Sponsored by: Branford Land Trust
“Long Island Sound’s Lobster: Not Peasants’ Food, Not Fine Art, and Not Endangered”
Other than that it tastes delicious with butter, what do you know about the knobbily-armoured, scarlet creature staring back at you from your fancy dinner plate? From ocean to stock pot, there are two sides to every animal story, including the
lobster. Learn more from former fishmonger and commercial lobsterman Richard J. King at the Branford Land Trust’s March lecture on Wednesday, March 22, 7:00 p.m. at the Blackstone Memorial Library (758 Main St, Branford). King is an author, illustrator, and research associate with the Williams College at Mystic Seaport Maritime Studies Program. He will have books for sale and signing.
Visit www.branfordlandtrust.org for details on additional dates and speakers in the Winter/Spring Lecture Series presented by the Branford Land Trust. All are free to the public.
- Admission: Free
- Blackstone Memorial Library
- 758 Main St
- get directions