Great American Surfclam
The surfclam fishery was the first to have a fishery management plan. Today, it is a successful fishery in the U.S. Monte Rome of Intershell International Corp. takes us on a tour of his surfclam processing facility.
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.
Meet Laura Anderson, Owner of a Sustainable Seafood Restaurant
Meet Laura Anderson, owner of Local Ocean Seafood – a popular seafood restaurant on the waterfront in scenic Newport, Oregon. Learn why she works so hard to bring a variety of sustainable local seafood to her customers.
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.
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.
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.
Great American Seafood Cookoff: Winner Greg Gourdet
Chef Gregory Gourdet, Portland, Oregon is the Great American Seafood Cookoff winner for 2012. The yearly sustainable seafood competition hosts 16 chefs from across the country, judged by 6 celebrity judges. Held in New Orleans, LA.