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Gulf Fisheries Symposium will bring together diverse stakeholders

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The inaugural Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Symposium is a two-day conference focused on bringing together leading experts in fishing and conservation to discuss the current and future state of the Gulf of Mexico fishery. With representatives from all sectors of the marine world – recreational and commercial fishermen, non-governmental and governmental agencies, politicians, fishing authorities and marine scientists – the symposium will explore vital issues facing the Gulf in the past, present and future through presentations and panel discussions.

The ultimate mission of the symposium is to inform and share knowledge between all of the stakeholder groups so that everyone can move forward with a unified mission of a sustainable and healthy fishery in the Gulf of Mexico.

September 14-15 – Friday and Saturday
Friday: 8am-7pm
Saturday 10am-8pm
TradeWinds Island Grand, 5500 Gulf Boulevard, St. Pete Beach, Florida 33706. Phone 727-367-6461

The symposium is free, but space is limited. More information and online registration can be found at the link below.

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