From Sea to Plate: A Sustainable Seafood Panel Discussion

Sustainable Seafood Panel Discussion

Understanding our Waterways and How to Navigate Purchasing Responsible Seafood

 Sponsored by Greenwich Audubon and Slow Food Metro North


Saturday, April 5, 2014

6:00-8:00 pm


Greenwich Audubon

613 Riversville Road

Greenwich, CT 06831

$10.00 per person

Light Refreshments

RSVP Required: Jeff Cordulack at 203-869-5272 Extension 239 or

Greenwich Audubon and Slow Food Metro North present a panel discussion about the challenges of harvesting seafood sustainably and how consumer choices impact our environment.

 Our Distinguished Panelists:

  • Farmer/Chef Michael Kaphan of Farmer and the Fish in Purdy’s NY, a Snail of Approval Awardee
  • Restauranteur/Seafood Distributor Edward Taylor of Downeast Seafood
  • Sea2Table Founded by The Dimin Family, forging direct relationships between fisherman and consumers
  • Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County’s Gregg Rivera, a member of the Slow Food Northeast Ark of Taste Committee
  • Blue Moon Fish Owner Stephanie Villani from the North Fork of Long Island

Educational Resource:

Seafood Watch Program at Monterey Bay Aquarium

Recommendations for “Good, Clean and Fair “ Dining Nearby:

Restaurant North

Snail of Approval Awardee

Armonk, NY

Saturday Dining Hours 5-10:30pm

Reservations 914 273 8686


Purdy’s Farmer and the Fish

Snail of Approval Awardee

Purdys, NY

Saturday Dining Hours till 11:00pm

Reservations 914 617 8380



Organic Planet

Snail of Approval Nominee

Greenwich, CT

Saturday Dining Hours 5:30-10:00pm

Reservations 203 992 1800


Primary Food & Drink

Greenwich, CT

Saturday Dining Hours 5-11pm

Reservations 203 861 2400

About Greenwich Audubon:

The Audubon Greenwich mission is to engage and educate people to conserve, restore, and enjoy nature, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats.

About Slow Food Metro North:

Slow Food Metro North, a local chapter of the international organization, Slow Food USA, is at the heart of the eco-gastronomic movement serving Westchester and Putnum, NY, and Fairfield, CT counties. We are committed to the Slow Food mission: food that is good, clean, and fair.We serve our community through a variety of programs, events, educational outreach and advocacy; and we seek partners that emphasize quality, authenticity, and sustainability in their work. We connect our community with sustainable, local resources and with consumers who reflect our cause. Join us today and become part of the food movement! Visit us online.


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