Presentation by Inka Milewski, Science Advisor, Conservation Council of New Brunswick

November 15, 2006

228 people listened attentively at the West Queens Rec Centre as Inka Milewski, marine biologist spoke about the environmental, sustainable and economical principles of salmon farming. While much of Inka's research was based on the industry's growth and present situation in New Brunswick those in attendance found themselves presented with a host of questions they can direct to our provincial and federal government.

The turnout is an excellent example of the growing number of people who realize that it is important to maintain a natural marine environment.

Presentation Slides

View Inka's presentation.


Photos from the Meeting


Inka Milewski, Mayor John Leefe, Municipal Councillor Darlene Norman, Queens MLA Vicki Conrad (left to right)

Marine Biologist Inka Milewski, left, spoke to the public last evening about environmental, sustainable and economical principles of salmon farming. She is seen here with Mayor John Leefe of the Region Of Queens Municipality, Municipal Councillor Darlene Norman, and Queens Member Of The Nova Scotia Legislative Assembly Vicki Conrad. (Photo by D. Alex Ross)



Darlene Norman introduces Inka

Darlene Norman introduces Inka



Over 200 people came to hear Inka speak.

Over 200 people came to hear Inka speak.



Darlene Norman introduces Inka

Darlene Norman introduces Inka