Event Type: ADULT PROGRAM - REGISTERED|
Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 7:30 PM
Fishing can be a fun activity. Fish contain high quality protein, essential nutrients, healthy fish oils, and are low in saturated fat. However, some fish from the Hudson River contain chemicals at levels that may be harmful to your health. Come learn about safe places to fish in the Capital Region at this online event presented by Cornell Cooperative Extension. We'll even discuss some great ways to cook fish, and we'll share some recipes too!
Those who attend will receive an electronic or paper booklet containing information about wild-caught fish, how to properly clean and fillet a fish, plus several tasty recipes.
We'll also be giving away tackle baggies and some fishing guides to attendees to pick up curbside!
* *This program is open to adults and older teens.* *
Our guest presenter is Karen Roberts Mort, a Resource Educator with Cornell Cooperative Extension - Albany County.
This will be held using Zoom. Please provide an email address when registering. You will receive a Zoom invitation in advance of the program.
Did you know...GPL has fishing poles that you can check out for 2 weeks? We do! Please call the library to request one.
Location: Virtual/Online 1
Registration Ends: 4/15/2021 at 11:00 AM
Contact: Ann Wemple-Person
Contact Number: 518-456-2400
Presenter: Karen Roberts Mort, Cornell Cooperative Extension