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Seafood Stories Vol. XIII- Oceans Unwrapped
Over 311 million tons of plastic pollution entered our oceans in 2014. In our 2016 finale of Seafood Stories we will explore solutions for preventing single use plastics from entering our oceans; and ultimately ending up back on our plates.
We welcome our friends Lexicon of Sustainability to present their newly developed Activists Toolkit to reduce plastic pollution in our oceans. The toolkit presents ways we can mobilize to create a world in which everyone commits to stopping the proliferation of plastic pollution in our oceans
Fish Revolution and Fine & Rare were proud to participate in the collaborative development of the toolkit alongside other leading experts and influencers in and around the industry including food companies, industrial designers, fishermen, surfers, entrepreneurs, retailers, city manager's, marine biologists, and oceanographers.
We will explore how these actions can help protect ocean life like those that call the Farallon Islands, our city's own Galapagos, home. From the Farallon's namesake restaurant, Chef Jason Ryczek will illustrate stories of hope through five courses of mouthwatering cuisine.
About Seafood Stories Dinner Series
Seafood Stories is a monthly dining event highlighting seafood sustainability and providing opportunities for diners to engage in ocean advocacy through their seafood choices.
Each dinner highlights the story of a specific fish species, fishermen, chef, or hot topic in ocean conservation. We will gather around the dinner table to learn about the issues that impact our oceans and how we as a culinary community can work for positive change that benefits people and the environment while keeping delicious seafood on our dinner tables. Seafood Stories events feature guest chefs who will illustrate the stories of the evening through multi-course dinners.
The dinners are co-hosted by Fine & Rare and Fish Revolution. All proceeds benefit Fish Revolution, a non-profit that educates consumers on sustainable seafood and assists chefs, restaurants, and seafood industry members with implementing sustainable seafood business policy.
Please join us for these special evenings of dining, education, and community. There is no better place to hear a story than around a dinner table with friends and family,
We hope to see you around our table and invite you to be a part of our seafood story.
Please Note: Beer and wine are not included in ticket price. Pairing options will be available for additional charge. Corkage fee: $15