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Sept 24 The Future of The Oceans with Aaron Hirsh Oct 2 - The Future of the Lowline with cofounders Daniel Barasch and James Ramsey

From: mike t
Sent on: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 11:48 AM

Is the Future of The Ocean to be marked by more public stewardship or privatization. The answer might surprise you.

Join us September 24 for a talk with Aaron Hirsh, biologist and author of the new book, Telling Our Way to The Sea. Admission is 3 dollars which covers drinks and snacks, as well as a chance to win a free book from Focal Press.

Aaron’s book already made the list of this week’s “Hot Reads” for The Daily Beast, and Publishers Weekly’s Best New Books!

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Don't forget to rsvp for our Oct 2 Meetup with the cofounders of the Lowline: Daniel Barasch & James Ramsey.

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