Sandy Hook 101
A summary video that briefly outlines the research, partnerships, outreach, location, and education at the NOAA James J. Howard Marine Sciences Lab at Sandy Hook, New Jersey
Aquaculture Opportunity Areas
We want to grow aquaculture development in the United States. One way we’re doing that is through Aquaculture Opportunity Areas—an innovative way to grow aquaculture by finding areas that are appropriate ecologically, socially, and economically.
Removing Fish From Farmed Fish Diets
NOAA-funded research shows that a diet of poultry meal and algae oil could be just as good for aquaculture fish as fishmeal and fish oil.
Aquaculture Facts You Should Know
U.S. aquaculture supplies sustainable seafood, provides jobs, and enhances ecosystems.
Alaska Kelp Farming: A New Sustainable Seafood Opportunity
Along the Alaskan coast a growing number of fishermen and entrepreneurs are becoming kelp farmers. These farms supply a sustainable source of seafood, importance coastal jobs, and help improve the ecosystems by buffering ocean acidification.
Innovative Aquaculture Tools for a Growing Industry
Seafood is one of the healthiest food items you can eat, and where we source our seafood is very important. The OceanReports tool is like a realtor app for ocean neighborhoods—it can instantly assess whether a location is suitable for aquaculture.
Aquaculture as Agriculture
Misperceptions About Aquaculture
U.S. Aquaculture By The Numbers
Marine aquaculture is an important part of NOAA's sustainable seafood portfolio and is part of the agency’s strategy for coastal resiliency. In 2016, the U.S. aquaculture industry raised millions of pounds of fish/shellfish valued at $1.5 billion.
Cooking Kelp with an Ocean Farmer
Ocean farmer Bren Smith demonstrates an easy way to make a delicious dish featuring kelp noodles. Smith’s kelp farm, Thimble Island Ocean Farm, is located on 20 acres near the town of Branford, Connecticut.
FishWatch: Learn About the Seafood You Love
The U.S. is a global leader in sustainable seafood thanks to a rigorous science-based fisheries management process. FishWatch provides info on popular seafood harvested or farmed in the U.S. to help consumers make smart, sustainable seafood choices.
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