Year: 2015

U-T San Diego: Please, Uncle Sam, prove us wrong on fish farm

By The San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Board |Dec. 10, 2015 A guessing game is on. How long will it take the federal government to make a decision on the application of Rose Canyon Fisheries, a collaboration of Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute

Associated Press: Projects stall after feds allow fish farming in open ocean

By JULIE WATSON,  Nov 26, 10:23 AM EST– SAN DIEGO (AP) — Some 90 percent of seafood consumed by Americans is imported – a fact that the Obama administration vowed to start turning around by expanding fish and shellfish farms

The Christian Science Monitor: The next food revolution: fish farming?

By Michael Holtz, October 25, 2015 Sanggou Bay, China; and Truro, Mass. — Sanggou Bay looks like a place where the pointillism movement has been unleashed on an ocean canvas. All across the harbor on China’s northeastern coast, thousands of

Seafood Source: What consumers really think about farmed seafood

By Christine Blank, Friday, October 16, 2015 While the aquaculture industry has made significant improvements in consumer perception, much more can be done to educate consumers, say industry sources responding to a new survey. Seattle, Wash.-based The Fishin’ Co., a

Seafood Source: New fish farm to help US domestic seafood industry

By Christine Blank, September 15, 2015 A California aquaculture project aims to become the first in the state and one of the first in the United States to raise Yellowtail Jack, striped bass and other fish in cages in deep ocean

ABC 10 News: Largest fish farm in US planned off San Diego coast

Emily Valdez,  Sep 5, 2015 MISSION BAY – Giant yellowtail fish in a pen at Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute are the parent fish that could spawn a massive change in where your fish comes from. They plan to build the largest ocean

The Fish Site: US’s Biggest Fish Farm Heading for San Diego

04 September 2015 US – San Diego may soon become home to the US’s largest fish farm. The environmentally sustainable aquaculture project will produce 5,000 metric tonnes of fish a year and is the first farm of this scale to

California Aquaculture Association: CAA Member, Rose Canyon Fisheries Aims To Fix Seafood Imbalance

Courtesy of NPR.org: The largest fish farm in America could be built 4 miles off San Diego’s coast. Rose Canyon Fisheries could have a footprint on the ocean floor of 1.3 square miles, about the same size as New York’s

KPBS: Massive Fish Farm Proposed Off San Diego’s Coast

September 2, 2015, By Claire Trageser Don Kent peers into a water tank about the size of a backyard swimming pool and watches as a school of 10 yellowtails swim by, each about 4 feet long. “There are some big guys

NPR: Huge Fish Farm Planned Near San Diego Aims To Fix Seafood Imbalance

September 01, 2015, by Claire Trageser The largest fish farm in America could be built 4 miles off San Diego’s coast. Rose Canyon Fisheries could have a footprint on the ocean floor of 1.3 square miles, about the same size as

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