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Virtual Panel Q&A Event

Join us Wednesday, March 3 at 7 p.m. for a free virtual event with Mizzou researcher Mark Morgan and panel speakers. Watch the short documentary film, “Trash to Treasure,” and then hear from the panel (listed below) about how invasive Asian carp could alleviate global hunger and malnutrition. Your questions are welcomed. This event is open to the public.

  • Brady Deaton, Executive Director of the Brady and Anne Deaton Institute, University of Missouri
  • Kevin Rose, Senior Director – Partner Relations, Convoy of Hope
  • Andrew Clarke, Associate Professor of Food Science, University of Missouri
  • Quinton Phelps, Assistant Professor of Fisheries Management and Ecology, Missouri State University
  • Roy Sorce, President, Sorce Freshwater
  • Clint Carter, Commercial Fisher and Restaurant Owner, Carter’s Fish Market, Springfield, Illinois

This event will be moderated by Mark Morgan, an associate professor at MU who specializes in human dimensions of natural resources management. He’s the project manager for Eat MO Carp, an initiative that promotes human consumption of Asian carp, an invasive species in our big river systems.

Visit snr.missouri.edu/eat-mo-carp/ for more details.

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