Sustainability Series: Sustaining Rivers in Maine
5:30pm - 7:00pm
In May 2022 native migratory alewives, a keystone species, made their return to China Lake for the first time since at least 1783. It was a spectacular success with 837,000 fish counted making their way into the lake to spawn. Over the previous six years, the China Lake Alewife Restoration Initiative had worked to remove obstructions and build fishways at six dams on Outlet Stream in Vassalboro, reconnecting China Lake to the Sebasticook River and the ocean.
Join us for the debut of a short film about the project made by Jerry Monkman, followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, Maine Rivers executive director Landis Hudson, and Alewife Restoration Initiative project manager Matt Streeter.
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About the Series » Portland’s Sustainability Series
Portland’s Sustainability Series is co-hosted by the Portland Public Library and the Southern Maine Conservation Collaborative. Sustainability is the endurance of systems and processes through time. The Portland Sustainability Series presents a diversity of speakers to share different aspects of the work moving Maine to greater endurance and sustainability. Please join us as we engage in these important issues and conversations!