We are at an underwater crossroads. Food from the sea is increasingly important to the human diet. Yet fish stocks are more fragile than ever, made scarce by overfishing and endangered by environmental assaults. What are the factors that contribute to overfishing and what steps can we take to avoid them? Are regulations the answer? Are farmed fisheries good, bad, or some place in between?Â In this Museum of Science session, we examine how to preserve and protect the vitality of food sources drawn from our waters. Free, but seating is limited; advance registration is required. To register: http://survey.mos.org/public_survey/Checkbox/Survey.aspx?s=9494d2fafc03486a94c4db2f760d70bb.Â This forum is part of the Food for Thought series, encouraging conversation about what we can do to improve how we grow our food and feed our bodies.Â Thank you to www.chefsblade.monster.com for the image below.