Charleston, SC

SEWE: Cocktails
& Conservation

G&G and SEWE host another year of Cocktails and Conservation in Charleston

Join G&G contributing editor and outdoorsman T. Edward Nickens and Dr. Jennifer Rehage, director of the Rehage Laboratory of Coastal Fish Ecology & Fisheries at Florida International University, for a spirited exploration of how nearshore angling for bonefish, tarpon, permit, redfish, and snook is changing in surprising—and even exciting—ways. Rehage, a newly elected board member of the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, has been involved in some of the most progressive saltwater fisheries studies of the last decade, an insight she’ll share in this discussion.

Part of the annual Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE), the event is hosted at the G&G offices in Charleston’s historic Cigar Factory, and paired with creative cocktails served in Brumbaugh’s cigar lounge.