The Scarborough Public Library and The Friends of Scarborough Marsh have collaborated to host a virtual lecture by Zachary Whitener, Research Associate at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) in Portland.
Zach’s research focuses primarily on fish populations, including age, growth, and stock structure. Zach received his BA in Anthropology from Brown University, where his studies focused on marine resource management. He later went on to receive his MS in Marine and Environmental Sciences from the University of the Virgin Islands. Outside of GMRI, Zach is a Registered Maine Guide and US Coast Guard licensed captain who owns and operates his own company, Anadromous Adventures Guide Service LLC, specializing in fly fishing for striped bass in Casco Bay. He has a passion for fishing, cooking, and (if he’s lucky) cooking fish.
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This virtual presentation is free and open to the public; registration is required. For additional information, contact Lucy J. Norvell, Coordinator of Programming and Communications at ljnorvell [at] scarborughlibrary.org