U.S. Aquaculture By The Numbers
NOAA Fisheries highlights U.S. aquaculture during Aquaculture Week, September 25-29, 2017. For more information, please visit http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/stories/2017/09/aquaculture-week-2017.html .
Exploring U.S. Aquaculture
NOAA Fisheries gives an overview of aquaculture in the United States. This video explores the advantages, challenges, and growth of aquaculture in our country.
Sustainable Seafood - A U.S. Success Story
Introduction to FishWatch.gov: a reliable and up-to-date source for all your sustainable seafood information needs.
Oyster Farming in a Hawaiian Fishpond, Featuring Ku'uipo McCarty
Oyster aquaculture is back in Hawaii. Kualoa Ranch has successfully raised harvestable oysters for the first time in Hawaii in 27 years, and did it using a traditional Hawaiian fishpond. Hear about it firsthand from farm manager, Ku'uipo McCarty.
Voices from the Waterfront: Johnny Shockley, Chesapeake Oyster Farmer
Chesapeake Bay offers a rich resource and a prime habitat for oysters. Today, oyster farming is growing again in this region of Maryland, and the tradition of working on the water is being passed down through generations.
Marine Aquaculture: A Promising Future
As demand for seafood continues to increase, fishermen aer learning that aquaculture can be a complimentary business endeavor to sustaining a livelihood on the water. Learn how NH fishermen are bringing their expertise to a marine aquacuture project.
Getting Back to Local: Your Fishermen & Seafood
Bistro Owner Evan Mallett explains how purchasing local, sustainable seafood, both wild and farmed, has been a boon to his business. Bistro patrons get the freshest seafood and local fisherment are supported by their community.
Meet Bill Dewey, Shellfish Farmer in Puget Sound
This month, as part of NOAA’s Voices from the Waterfront series, we feature Bill Dewey of Taylor Shellfish Farms in Shelton, Washington. A biologist by training, Bill owns and runs his own clam farm in addition to his job at Taylor Shellfish.
Pinto Abalone Restoration: Outplanting in March, 2011
Pinto abalone is a "species of concern" on the Pacific coast, and efforts are underway to help restore the population. This video shows that latest outplanting effort in March 2011, during which over 2000 abalone were released into Puget Sound.