The Sustainable Seafood Blog Project Announces First Annual Conference

The Sustainable Seafood Blog Project Announces First Annual Conference: New Orleans, Louisiana; June 26-28, 2015

ITHACA, NY – The Sustainable Seafood Blog Project (SSBP) has announced its first annual Sustainable Seafood Blog Conference, to be held June 26-28, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. This unique conference will bring 100 food bloggers, culinary professionals, and seafood industry experts together for a weekend of hands-on workshops, panels, and extraordinary New Orleans food. Programming will include photography, cooking, and food writing workshops, as well as in-depth sessions on social media, online advocacy, and sustainable seafood.

Those interested in attending or speaking can join the conference update email list at Companies and organizations interested in sponsoring the conference can request a media kit and sponsorship menu via the same website. Early bird tickets go on sale October 15th, 2014. Only 100 tickets are available, so interested bloggers, chefs, food writers, and industry professionals are encouraged to purchase early.

Founder and Executive Director Jessie Johnson said, “We are thrilled to host the very first Sustainable Seafood Blog Conference in New Orleans, and we want to make the conference as rich and vibrant as New Orleans itself. Attendees can expect new and innovative conference sessions, sustainable seafood-specific programming, and of course, some amazing food from local chefs!”


About The Sustainable Seafood Blog Project

Founded in 2013 by current Executive Director Jessie Johnson, The Sustainable Seafood Blog Project works with food bloggers, businesses, and non-profits committed to sustainable, traceable seafood. Together, The SSBP and its 22 Partners coordinate advocacy campaigns, provide consumer resources, sponsor campaigns like their current Summer Reading Series, and promote sustainably sourced seafood through their collective platform.


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