Bulllard: Seafood farming is key for the future of seafood and our communities

As I retire from NOAA Fisheries, I want to share my vision of a bright future where marine aquaculture is part of our collective strategy for ensuring economic and environmental resiliency in coastal communities. If done responsibly — as it is in the United States — aquaculture is increasingly recognized as one of the most environmentally sustainable ways to produce fish protein. While world population is rising, the amount of wild fish is not. >click here to read< 17:00

2 Responses to Bulllard: Seafood farming is key for the future of seafood and our communities

  1. DickyG says:

    Bye-Bye John! “… wild fish harvests cannot meet increasing seafood demand. However, by fostering aquaculture here and growing our seafood locally, this nation can ensure a safe, secure and sustainable seafood supply.”

    It’s such a mystery how anyone could ever have thought that you were not fully supportive of “Wild Caught” fishing?

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