Seafood Month Webinar Series: Fishing for Fun, Science, and Food!
Educators, community partners, and NOAA Fisheries come together for an interactive webinar series during Seafood Month 2020. Join the conversation about sustainable seafood and share your seafood stories throughout the month in a crowdsourced StoryMap.
Presenter: Keith Kamikawa, Hawai‘i Fisheries Extension Agent
NOAA Fisheries, Pacific Islands Regional Office
Hawai‘i fisheries are as diverse as our communities. Whether you catch your fish yourself or it comes from the Honolulu Fish Auction, a roadside sale, or your neighbor, there’s no doubt that fishing is an integral part of our local culture. Fishing is fun, contributes a lot of information to science, and provides us with food! Join a conversation with Keith Kamikawa, Hawai‘i fisheries extension agent at NOAA Fisheries, about what makes our Hawai‘i fisheries so unique and what you can do to protect them for future generations.
This 45-minute event will be hosted on WebEx and will include interactive elements and a chance to ask questions in real time through a moderator.
- View Keith's career profile as a Fisheries Extension Agent and learn how he turned his passion for fishing into a career in this StoryMap
- Fisheries in the Pacific Islands Region
- Recreational Fishing in the Pacific Islands - Learn about the role of non-commercial and recreational fishing in the Pacific Islands.
- Seafood Stories: Celebrate Seafood Month in the Pacific Islands Region