Join us for an evening of exciting talks, brainstorming and socializing with some of the most interesting people in the Seasteading movement.
This time we continue with practical topics and Mike Doty will present a talk on Aquaculture for a Seastead in general and specifically salmon as a species - sales, feed conversion, growth rate, etc).
Mike is a long-time aquaculture enthusiast and has won a grand prize in the Seasteading Institute's "Sink or Swim" Business Plan Contest, presenting "Delishus Fishes" - contaminant-free deep water seafood production project:
6pm - Networking, socializing (you can order food/drinks)
7:30pm - Introductions
7:45pm - News/updates from the Seasteading movement
8pm - Presentation on Aquaculture for a Seastead
8:30pm - Q&A/open discussion
9pm - Wrap-up and informal networking
Location and date
Lets get together at Fiddler's Green Irish Pub and Restaurant, on Tuesday, December 20th. The pub is centrally located and within walking distance of the Millbrae BART/Caltrain stations in Millbrae, California. The back room has been reserved for us to chat, eat and drink.
What to bring to the meeting:
- Enthusiasm, open mind
- Seasteading ideas/concepts
- Business cards
What to do during the meeting:
- mingle with all the other attendees
- ask questions
- brainstorm ideas
Leave the meeting with:
- New contacts
- Great ideas
- Answers, results, plan of action
We all look forward to another great and productive meetup! Seasteading provides a great opportunity to try new concepts, innovate and create new ideas, business models, even societies in a free and unobstructed environment. Please join us (and bring a friend!) at a feast of imagination, ideas and enthusiasm with a community of thinkers, visionaries, tinkerers and like-minded individuals.