Lecture: "Fish & Ships"
"Fish & Ships: The Hudson-Raritan Estuary in Photographs"
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 | 7:00 PM | Wooden Boat School Classroom
$5/person | HRMM Members FREE
“It is a place that can make nature-worshippers out of non-believers.” New York Harbor is one of the most documented and least well-known of our beautiful and productive estuaries. Andrew Willner, former Baykeeper (1989-2008) for the Hudson-Raritan (NY-NJ) estuary shares his knowledge and love of this beautiful waterscape through photographs. Featuring stunning color photographs of the working waterfront, wildlife, and wetlands that border the harbor, Willner will explain the ecological and human uses of this confluence of the Hackensack, Hudson, Passaic, Rahway, Shrewbury, Navesink, and Raritan rivers.
Andrew Willner has been a city planner, furniture designer, sculptor, boat builder, environmentalist, permaculturist, transition advocate, story teller, blogger, and he exhibits his photographs taken while patrolling the New York/ New Jersey Harbor for 20 years on the Baykeeper skiff. He is writing a book, Fish and Ships, a photo narrative of the people, places, and environment of one of the most beautiful and vulnerable estuaries in the world.
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