Groups March in Washington, DC During Oceans Week To Oppose Offshore Fish Farms

Today, (6/9/18) hundreds of people join together in a March for the Oceans in Washington, DC. Preventing development of industrial ocean fish farms is a prominent issue for participants, wearing pins and carrying signs with the hashtag “#dontcageouroceans”.,,, Worldwide, ocean finfish aquaculture has caused a wide range of problems, including fish escapes; deaths of sharks, seals and other marine life; and changes in ocean ecosystems. Marianne Cufone, Executive Director for the Recirculating Farms Coalition said, “Industrial open water finfish farming is an outdated and unnecessary practice. It poses serious risks to our oceans and public health.”  Now, Capitol Hill legislators are developing a new initiative for industrial aquaculture in U.S. waters. Opponents are collectively rising to protect fishing communities, public health and our oceans. >click to read<12:58

2 Responses to Groups March in Washington, DC During Oceans Week To Oppose Offshore Fish Farms

  1. Dick Grachek says:

    Now let’s protest the other part of the grand plan for this ocean-industrialization-grab. Outlaw the fishing grounds being decimated by the Wind Farms and the deviated oil and gas drilling platforms that these “Cod and Tuna “cages” will fit so nicely between!

    • Joel Hovanesian says:

      Yes the plan is all coming together for the ocean industrialization shills. One needs only to look at the Little Rhode Island. Small in size, big in corruption.

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