Month: October 2014

TakePart: SeaWorld Wants to Build the World’s Biggest Fish Farm

By Taylor Hill, Oct. 20, 2014  — Will the fish on your dinner plate come from SeaWorld one day? It could soon. Hubbs-SeaWorld, the nonprofit research center affiliated with the marine mammal theme park, has teamed up with a private

SD Entertainer Magazine: Commercial fish farm coming off San Diego coast

By Larry Rotolo Oct. 15, 2014– Along with private investment company Cuna del Mara, a research institute run by SeaWorld called Hubbs-SeaWorld Research has formed Rose Canyon Fisheries and is seeking permits to create the very first commercial fish farm

SD Business Journal: Sustainable Fish Farm Planned Off San Diego Coast

By Lou Hirsh, Oct. 12, 2014– San Diego-based Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute and private equity firm Cuna del Mar LP have filed permits to develop an environmentally sustainable, 5,000-metric-ton finfish farm off the San Diego coast. The two entities have formed a

NBC San Diego: Sustainable Fish Farm Planned Off San Diego Coast

Monday, Oct 13, 2014 • Updated at 9:10 AM PST Go to Article

Voice of San Diego: Most popular Oct 4-10

These were the most-read stories for the week of Oct. 4-10. Go to article

UT San Diego: Letters to the Editor for Oct 12

By U-T Letters, Oct. 11, 2014 — Proceed with caution on ocean fish farming- Regarding “A solid proposal for growing fish in the sea off San Diego” (editorial, Oct. 8): There is a very long history of commercial and sport

Undercurrent News: Open Blue backers want to build yellowtail, seabass farm off San Diego

Oct. 9, 2014– A US private equity that counts offshore cobia farmer Open Blue in its portfolio has applied to build a 5,000 metric ton farm in federal waters off San Diego, California. Private equity firm Cuna del Mar LP, which supports

Intrafish: New California Offshore Yellowtail, Seabass Farm Planned

By Intrafish Media, Sep. 10, 2014– Open Blue-backer Cuna del Mar partners with Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute to set up new offshore farm off the San Diego coast….go to article

Times of San Diego: Hubbs-SeaWorld Aiding Caged Fish Farms 4 1/2 Miles Off Coast

By Chris Jennewein, Oct. 8, 2014 — A private investment group is collaborating with Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute to establish an innovative fish farm in federal waters off the San Diego coast. Rose Canyon Fisheries, a collaboration between Hubbs-SeaWorld and Cuna del

SD Metro Daily Business Report: Huge Fishfarm Proposed Off the San Diego Coast

By SD Metro Magazine Oct. 8, 2014 — Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute and Cuna del Mar LP, a private equity firm, have filed permit applications to build and operate a 5,000-metric ton finfish farm off the San Diego Coast. The applicants have