The SUMMER 2019 issue of Harbor Light, the newsletter for our club, has just been published. And be sure to mark your calendar for our upcoming events. Click here to read it.
Dr. David Hudson is the research scientist at The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, directing the research and conservation program. Before then, he served as an assistant professor at a small college in Atlanta, teaching and doing research on crustaceans. Dave is fluent in Spanish, having lived in Bogotá, Colombia as a Fulbright Fellow after earning his Ph.D. from UConn. His research uses the behavior and physiology of crustaceans and fish to determine the effects of changes in the physical environment (temperature, salinity, sound, etc.) on distributions, survival, and ecology of marine and aquatic organisms. He is also interested in how changing human behaviors impact the survival of species, and how aquaculture can be used to augment food security, economic security, and conservation of marine and aquatic animals.
May 15th at 7 pm
Greenwich Boat & Yacht Club ~ 9 Grass Island Rd, Greenwich CT 06830
Light refreshments will be served
While there is no charge for this event, please let us know you can attend via email to Ellen Wink GreenwichSquadron@gmail.com
Approximately 100 people attended the Squadron’s Holiday Party at Greenwich Boat & Yacht Club this year. Click here to see some photos of the attendees.
Dinner ~ Drinks ~ Prizes
Boatloads of Fun
Please RSVP to Janis by Wednesday, December 5th by email GreenwichSquadron@gmail.com or phone 203-820-9275 and mail a check made out to GSPS for a contribution of $20 to Janis Stahlhut ~ 1465 E. Putnam Ave, #323 ~ Old Greenwich, CT 06870
Greenwich Boat & Yacht Club 9 Grass Island Rd, Greenwich CT 06870
Click here to read the newsletter and be sure to mark your calendar for our upcoming events.