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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Fish Story: Making the Case for Marine Aquaculture in California

Dr. Jerry Schubel, president of the Aquarium of the Pacific, presents “Fish Story”, a short film about the potential of offshore marine aquaculture in the United States and its implications for ocean conservation.

Fish Story screen shot

Recipes | Sustainability

Thursday, February 04, 2016

10 Chowder recipes to try for National Clam Chowder Day!

10 Chowder recipes to try for National Clam Chowder Day! February 25th is National Clam Chowder Day! Celebrate this winter holiday with a steaming cup or bowl of this wonderful traditional dish. We have compiled some of our favorites to help you choose the perfect recipe to try out for the holiday.

Health | Local Seafood | Recipes

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Treat your Sweetheart to Heart-Healthy Seafood this Valentine’s Day!

Treat your Sweetheart to Heart-Healthy Seafood this Valentine’s Day! Whether you decide to make your Valentine’s Day dinner simple yet delicious or fancy and decadent, make sure to treat your sweetheart to an extra special and heart-healthy meal by incorporating seafood!

Health | Sustainability

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

A New Year for Seafood - How Fish Fits into the Top Food Trends for 2016

A New Year for Seafood - How Fish Fits into the Top Food Trends for 2016 Consumers’ food interests and priorities are ever-evolving, especially with improvements in technology and changes in the economy, environment, and our social connectivity. We have compiled the top 12 food trends for 2016, released by market research firm Mintel, and how a seafood-rich diet can fit in!

Health | Recipes

Friday, December 04, 2015

How to prepare and cook seafood at home and stop fearing the fish!

How to prepare and cook seafood at home and stop fearing the fish! Despite the multitude of health benefits of eating more seafood, Americans only eat 44 percent of the recommended amount of seafood, and less than 40 percent of it is eaten in the home. Most people claim to avoid cooking fish because they don’t know how. To help, we have compiled tips for preparing fish to make it easy to bring seafood to your table more often!

Local Seafood | Recipes

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Serving Seafood on Turkey Day

Serving Seafood on Turkey Day With Thanksgiving just days away we have compiled some fantastic ways to add healthy seafood to the holiday menu without compromising the rich flavors of the season!

Health | Local Seafood

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

California Crab Closure: Alternatives for the Holidays

California Crab Closure: Alternatives for the Holidays Eating crab during the holidays is a delicious and nutritious tradition. Unfortunately, due to high levels of domoic acid, a neurotoxic, found in Dungeness and rock crabs off of California, the California commercial and recreational crab fishing season has been delayed. Learn more about some in-season alternative crab options from responsibly-managed U.S. fisheries.

Sustainability | Uncategorized

Friday, September 25, 2015

Seafood and the Vaquita: A Tragic History and Hopeful Future

Seafood and the Vaquita: A Tragic History and Hopeful Future The rare vaquita is a small porpoise with a big message. With fewer than 100 individuals remaining, the vaquita is the most endangered marine mammal in the world and has the potential to represent a story of tragedy or of a hopeful future.

Events | Sustainability

Friday, July 03, 2015

National Caviar Day 2015

National Caviar Day 2015 Although caviar is not a dish most people include on their daily menu, this seafood has a long and interesting story. The desire for this delicacy, along with habitat damage have had an impact on global sturgeon populations, but there are responsibly ways to enjoy this salty treat.

Health | Sustainability

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Jellies For Dinner?

Human activities can lead to large increases jellyfish populations which often have detrimental impacts on marine ecosystems. But human activities may also be the key to managing these destructive blooms. For instance, we can add jellyfish to our menus.

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