Monday, July 13, 2009


Pretty big deal here.

Based on a book. The first major documentary on the effects of overfishing our oceans and if you think this doesn't affect you, you're dead wrong. The management plan that is going to allow up to a 50% harvest on our ESA protected Chinook runs is part of this issue. The movie is also discussing the other issues at hand, including the iminent extinction of the Bluefin Tuna and how, at our current rate, the oceans could be fishless by 2048.

Along with opening the discussion of this iminent threat to our environment, it is also giving you ways to be proactive in helping curb the problem.

The Seattle Screening is July 14th from 6pm to 10pm at:
Studio 7 & 8, 3rd floor
1112 4th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

For more information on the documentary go to this website:

The book can be found here or at your local bookseller. Totally worth the read.

Time to get proactive and start to fix our environment so the little ones can fish like we do now and our fathers did before us. (Steps off soapbox)

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