On Thursday September 15, the Tucker River Fellows attended TNACI’s annual Serve and Protect Luncheon. The Serve and Protect Luncheon was created to inform people of the Tennessee River and how the type of sea life we eat affects the freshwater food web.
During the cooking show the River Fellows learned how to create dishes using catfish, crawfish, and squid from two chefs. While learning how to prepare these incredible smelling dishes we were able to enjoy an amazing lunch! It was an incredible experience learning how you can better the environment by just eating a certain dish.