Sustainable Coastal Communities: Challenges and Opportunities, a dinner and discussion series

In collaboration with UC Santa Cruz's Coastal Science and Policy Program, Soif will host the Sustainable Coastal Communities: Challenges and Opportunities, a dinner and discussion series. The series debuts on Tuesday, March 26 and features biologist John Field and Ocean2table Fishery. 

The four-part dinner and discussion series focused on sustainable coastal communities, aims to call attention to the current state of our coastal ecosystems and what opportunities exist to conserve them. Each dinner focuses on a sustainability topic and features an expert on the evening’s theme, as well as a purveyor. Together, they frame the theme and speak about the opportunities for maintaining these ecosystems both locally and globally.

The March 26 dinner focuses on fisheries and welcomes Biologist John Field with the Southwest Fisheries Science Center to lead the discussion along with Ian Cole and Charles Lambert of Ocean2table, a community supported fishery in Santa Cruz. Dinners highlighting farming, aquaculture and salmon will be held in June, September and December.*

Soif Chef Tom McNary works with the purveyor to create a menu representative of that evening’s theme, which highlights local sustainable foods.

The menu is $100 per person and an additional $50 for wine pairing. Details and dates on subsequent dinners to be announced soon.

To reserve your space for the upcoming dinner on Tuesday, March 26 at 6:00 p.m., call Soif at 831-423-2020.

*dinner themes subject to change

Tuesday, March 26 at 6:00pm


Soif 105 Walnut Ave. Santa Cruz, CA 95060

Event Type

Lectures & Presentations

Invited Audience

General Public

Topics

Sustainability

Cost

The menu is $100 per person and an additional $50 for wine pairing.

Group
Social Sciences Division
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