The Gulf of Mexico could be the next factory farming zone! Tell the Gulf Council to “Can the Plan”

Ocean fish farming is dirty business:
Fish waste and chemicals can flush straight into the open ocean. Fish can escape from farms and they can alter wild fish behavior, compete with wild fish and spread disease. Farmed fish usually eat food containing small wild fish. These small fish are an important food source for marine wildlife. An increase in factory fish farms can mean less food for marine wildlife. When fishmeal or oil isn’t used in fish feed, genetically modified soy is often substituted. Soy does not belong in the marine environment, and it can have various negative impacts. Tell the Council you want a fair process now.  Read more   Simply fill out the form here