ICE’s Director of Sustainability will introduce our nonprofit and discuss creating a culinary market for the invasive green crabs. He’ll demonstrate shucking the crab meat and a recipe showcasing its flavorful application. Learn how research and development can reduce ecological impact and why chefs are key players in sustainability at sea.
Free for all ICE students. Stay tuned for details and ticket information
Stop by our nonprofit’s booth to learn about the invasive green crab from chefs and marine scientists. Participants will learn how to handle and ID green crabs at our touch tank, become involved in monitoring efforts, and cook up some delicious recipes!
Join us for the 16th annual Punkinfiddle Festival at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm. Learn how to handle and ID green crabs, grab a copy of our cookbook, or taste the delicious crab yourself.
Join filmmaker Nubar Alexanian at the Little Art Cinema for a screening of his newest film “Recipe for Disaster”, exploring the invasive green crab on the Great Marsh. The film will be followed by a Q&A and book signing joined by Mary Parks, coauthor of “The Green Crab Cookbook” and Executive Director of the Green Crab R&D Project.
Recipe for Disaster Trailer: www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdyspEiA1O0
The Green Crab Cookbook: www.greencrab.org/cookbook
Join the NH Green Crab Project on Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 1 - 3 p.m. at the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, NH for the 'Great Green Crab Hunt.' This event is family-friendly, free, and open to the public. Registration is suggested.
Learn More: https://seagrant.unh.edu/nh-green-crab-project