Monthly Archives: May 2015

U-T San Diego: Aquaculture has made great advances

May 26th, 2015  Kristen Monsell’s letter (“The wrong answer,” May 15) intentionally or unintentionally ignores advances in aquaculture. Rose Canyon Fisheries will provide healthy, sustainable, locally sourced seafood, help revitalize San Diego’s commercial fishing infrastructure and generate significant economic benefits.

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U-T San Diego: In Response: Ocean Aquaculture

By U-T San Diego 5:07 a.m.May 16, 2015 Your editorial (“Fed, state leaders should help aquaculture project,” May 12) endorsing a recently proposed aquaculture project off the San Diego coast as a solution to overfishing misses the mark. While there is

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Undercurrent News: Mariculture project proposed off California coast

May 14, 2015, 4:47 pm Donald Kent, the president of nonprofit Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute and CEO of Rose Canyon Fisheries, has an ambitious mariculture project in mind, U-T San Diego reported. The startup company is proposing a farm about four

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Seafoodnews.com: San Diego Nonprofit Startup Proposes Sustainable Fish Farm off California Coast

As ambitions go, feeding the world is a big one. Yet, that’s precisely what researchers at the nonprofit Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute have in mind, beginning with a fish-farming project in the open ocean four miles west of San Diego Bay.

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California Aquaculture Association: CAA member, Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute proposes project to raise high-quality fish

As ambitions go, feeding the world is a big one. Yet, that’s precisely what researchers at the nonprofit Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute have in mind, beginning with a fish-farming project in the open ocean four miles west of San Diego Bay.

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UT San Diego: State, feds should help aquaculture project

By U-T San Diego Editorial Board 5 p.m. May 11, 2015 Updated 5 p.m. May 12, 2015 The ocean waters a few miles off the San Diego coast are perfectly suited for large-scale, sustainable, environmentally friendly aquaculture at a time

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UT San Diego: Is fish farming coming to San Diego coast?

By Dan McSwain 5 p.m. May 9, 2015 Updated 5:09 p.m. May 8, 2015 Nonprofit Hubbs-SeaWorld Research, startup would raise white seabass, yellowtail As ambitions go, feeding the world is a big one. Yet, that’s precisely what researchers at the

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