Join us on October 25th for a Community Seafood Dinner at the South Kingstown Elks Lodge!

Point Judith fisherman Rodman Sykes is organizing this community event to introduce seafood lovers to plentiful yet often-overlooked species in Rhode Island waters. Fishermen Chris Brown, American Mussel Harvesters, and Sarah Schumann are also donating catch. Fishermen will prepare and serve the meal and share with you the details of where Rhode Island seafood comes from. The dinner is from 5:00-8:00 PM at the South Kingstown Elks Lodge, 60 Belmont Ave., Wakefield, RI. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the door or reserved by calling Rodman (401-225-9985) or Sarah (401-297-6273), or online at this link for $17. 

In this video, Rodman shows us how he catches fish, and invites us to join him on Saturday Oct. 25:

Our mission

Eating with the Ecosystem is an educational effort to design and promote a place-based approach to sustainable seafood for New England. By fusing the ecological knowledge of marine scientists and commercial fishermen with the culinary creativity of the region’s most innovative chefs, the project advances a dining paradigm that channels a deep understanding of the special places in the ocean that produce the seafood we enjoy.

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Eating with the Ecosystem at TedX Providence

Eating with the Ecosystem's Sarah Schumann was invited to share some innovative ideas about eating seafood at TedX Providence on May 12, 2013:

"To Save Our Fisheries, Eat Like a Fish"

Attend an event!

Our next event will take place on October 25, 2014 at the South Kingstown Elks Lodge. It's a community dinner produced by Point Judith fishermen and their friends. Go here for tickets and more information.

See past events