The Good Catch Blog is the fisheries-centric blog produced by journalist and science writer Ret Talbot. It is currently in transition, so stay tuned to this space to learn more about what comes next. Join the conversation online at the Good Catch Blog Facebook page

Ret frequently speaks to audiences at conferneces, community events, universities and schools. To inquire about having Ret speak at your event, email him at Ret@RetTalbot.com.

Recent & Upcoming Speaking Events Include:

"Sustainable Seafood Workshop" | Presented by The Good Tern Co-op, Rockland, Maine on 12 May at 6:30 pm

"An Introduction to Data Journalism" | Online Class on 13 April at 2 pm | Contact Ret at Ret@RetTalbot.com for more information or to register

"Telling Stories - Narrative Nonfiction" | Adventure, Food, and Travel Class at Potomac School on 4 March 2021

"An Introduction to Data Journalism" | Online Class on 17 February at 2 pm | Contact Ret at Ret@RetTalbot.com for more information or to register

"Aquaria, White Sharks & Scientific Illustration with Scientific Illustrator Karen Talbot" | Presented by the Marine Aquarium Society of Toronto on 20 January 2021 at 8 pm EST

"Use and Abuse of Data" | Alternative Facts: Understanding Bias, Statistics, and Source Credibility Class at Emporia State University on 8 October at 1:00 pm CDT

"Misrepresenting Seafood: An Investigative Journalist's Perspective" | Seafood Forensics Class at Colby College on 30 September at 11:00 am

"Return of the White Shark" | Presented by the Camden Public Library on 10 September at 6:00 pm

“Melting Ice, Vanishing Fish — How Climate Change in the Arctic is Affecting Maine’s Fishery” | Presented by the Camden Conference and Rockland Public Library on 3 September 2020 at 6:30 pm

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