Ry Rivard |
The Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute is trying to build a massive fish farm off the San Diego coast, the most ambitious aquaculture project of its kind in the United States.
The ocean farm could ultimately raise about 11 million pounds of fish a year in cages about five miles off the coast.
But a much smaller Hubbs undertaking to breed fish has drawn the attention of environmentalists and state regulators, and not always in a good way…go to article.
Notes on this article:
HSWRI Trustee Bob Fletcher wrote an OpEd in response to Ry Rivard’s article. Click on the link below to read:
Breeding Program Has Been a Huge Boost to Wild White Seabass Population