The goal of virtual Slow Fish 2021 is the same as the goal of the in-person event: to engage, activate, excite, and grow the community, strengthening existing collaborations and forging new ones.
The Slow Fish 2021 Virtual Gathering is an online collective of folks in and around the seafood supply chain—fish harvesters, experts, and enthusiasts—from across North America and around the world working to create more direct and equitable seafood systems. We are hosting seven days of interactive programming including Deep Dive discussions on critical issues, World Café roundtables, Marketplace of Ideas, music, poetry and more ways to connect, collaborate, and celebrate Slow Fish!
The Slow Fish Summit Schedule is the following:
- Thursday, March 18: slow fish 2021 opening day
- Friday, March 19: seafood supply chain
- Saturday, March 20: indigenous access to food sources
- Thursday, March 25: aquaculture
- Friday, March 26: rivers connect the world: strategies to protect biodiversity and culture and Blue commons 101
- Saturday, March 27: closing celebration
The full program is available here.
Ticket options to access all of the programming spread out over several days in March is $60 for a standard ticket, $20 for seafood harvesters and students and $100 for attendees who would like to offer a little extra support. Money raised from ticket sales will go toward programming costs and scholarships. Any money left over will be put back into growing the Slow Fish North America network and its programming.
Digital event upon registration. For additional information about the program and registrations, click here. Event organised by Slow Food USA and the Slow Fish North America network.
Event languages: EN