Aloha Poke Co. just announced its newest location and franchisee. Husband and wife Rody Berotte and Tahnie Danastor will open a new store in Fort Lauderdale.
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Seagram’s Escapes Invests in Florida Beach, Waterway Cleanups
Seagram’s Escapes has invested $25,000 to support beach and waterway cleanup efforts in Florida. Over 400 volunteers will participate in 13+ cleanups.
Captain D’s Continues Expansion in Florida with Opening of New Restaurant in Spring Hill
Captain D’s, the nation’s leading fast casual seafood restaurant, announced the opening of its newest company-owned location in Spring Hill, Florida.
A Seafood Society in South Florida
Seafood was the driving force behind the only prehistoric culture in the world that evolved without agriculture: the Calusa chiefdom in south Florida.
National Science Foundation Taps Florida Southern College And LSU To Research Climate Change Impact On Stone Crabs
The stone crab fishery is a $30 million commercial industry in Florida and supports over 800 jobs. The grant is nearly $1 million and spans four years.
Holland America 2022 Culinary Cruises Lineup Announced
Foodies and culinary novices alike can set sail on a Holland America Line “Culinary Cruise” in 2022 with a member from the line’s Culinary Council.
Coastal Wetlands Can Survive Climate Change with Human Help
Climate Central published a new peer-reviewed study and interactive mapping tool showing American coastal wetlands’ resilience to climate change.
Commercial Fishing Captain Pays $22,300 to Settle Federal Fisheries Case with NOAA
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and the NOAA announced a settlement agreement with a commercial fishing captain
US Appeals Board Blocks EPA Permit for 1st Offshore Aquaculture Facility
Last week the Environmental Appeals Board blocked the EPA permit for the first-ever industrial aquaculture facility in federal waters.
Unlike clams which are dug from mudflats and oysters that are pried off rocks, scallops are free-swimming and are harvested in trawls, dredges, or by divers.