Want to know more about striped bass management from the perspective of some of those who study striped bass on a day-to-day basis? The next seminar being presented through Rutgers Cooperative Extension as part of their Marine Extension Program Seminar Series (MEPSS) is titled Striped Bass Management: Hooked on Science, and will be held on Monday, April 26 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The featured speakers will be Dr. Katie Drew (Stock Assessment Team Lead) and Emilie Franke (Fishery Management Plan Coordinator) from the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC). They will be teaming-up to deliver the presentation focusing on the latest science, what we still need to learn about this critically important gamefish, and what ASMFC and anglers alike are doing to restore the population to a healthy and sustainable state.
A Zoom webinar, the program is free and open to all who are interested. Be sure to register for this MEPSS program by April 23 by typing the following link into your web browser, link, go.rutgers.edu/eatjnrfn.
Check out the MEPSS website at ocean.njaes.rutgers.edu/marine/MEPSS.html, and for questions regarding the Rutgers Cooperative Extension and any of its programs you can contact Dr. Douglas Zemeckis at firstname.lastname@example.org (732-349-1152) or Kelly Jurgensen at email@example.com (732-349-1152).
Following the April 26th feature on striped bass, the next seminar as a part of this Rutgers Cooperative Extension series will be held on May 24, 2021 with Dr. Travis Miles of Rutgers University giving a presentation on Hurricanes and the Mid Atlantic Cold Pool: How Our Regional Ocean Can Protect Coastal Communities.