Seafood: It's Healthy, But Is It Safe to Eat? Meeting set for Chaco Canyon Cafe Oct. 9

If you've ever had questions about the safety of the seafood you eat you will have the chance to ask experts at meeting about seafood safety in West Seattle set for Oct. 9.
The UW Center for Ecogenetics and Environmental Health is sponsoring a community conversation about Safe Seafood next Tuesday 6:30-8pm at Chaco Canyon, 3770 SW Alaska Street.

This is the 1st of 3 Public Health Cafe events this school year.

Two speakers will address the topic, both recognized experts in this field.

Dr. Elaine Faustman, researcher at the University of Washington School of Public Health, is an international expert on toxicants in fish and shellfish, as well as on policy and regulation.

Alberto Rodriguez, Program Manager at the Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition, will speak about contamination, cleanup issues and community concerns in the Duwamish, our neighborhood Superfund cleanup site.

Public Health Cafe is free and open to all ages. No science background required.

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