BATH — Fish passage restoration will be the topic of the Kennebec Estuary Land Trust’s annual meeting on Tuesday, April 7.
The event at Maine Maritime Museum starts at 5:30 p.m. and is open to the public. It will feature videos and time-lapse photography that document work at each restoration site in Arrowsic and Woolwich.
Nate Gray, marine resources scientist with the Maine Department of Marine Resources, will discuss the role alewives play in the coastal ecosystem, and why restoration efforts are important. Alicia Heyburn, project manager for the Nequasset Fish Ladder Project, will talk about the overhaul of a fish ladder at the Nequasset Dam. Karen Robbins and Erin Witham, leaders of the Sewall Pond Alewife Restoration Project, will discuss their work.
Contact Becky Kolak at firstname.lastname@example.org or 442-8400 to RSVP to the event. The museum is at 243 Washington St.