Holland America Line is partnering with Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute to highlight the line’s commitment to sustainably sourced local seafood.
Global Fishing Watch has developed the first global map of previously undetected vessels not broadcasting their location in public monitoring systems.
Climate Central published a new peer-reviewed study and interactive mapping tool showing American coastal wetlands’ resilience to climate change.
In aquaculture news, previous estimates of OREHP contribution to the once-depleted white seabass population have been greatly underestimated.
While kelp is known as a nutritious food item, harvesting kelp may be a new way to help keep bivalves such as clams and oysters healthy and more abundant.
The Enivronmental Protection Agency has your back, salmon. At least, as far as the proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay goes.
Finless Foods known for being the first company globally to serve cell-cultured seafood, is launching its first official product, plant-based pokè-style tuna.
Last week the Environmental Appeals Board blocked the EPA permit for the first-ever industrial aquaculture facility in federal waters.
Norway exported seafood worth NOK 11.3 billion in April. This is an increase of NOK 2.8 billion, or 33 per cent, compared with April last year.
Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. is collaborating with Atlantic Sea Farms for ingredient use in Atlantic Sea Farms’ Cranberry Kelp Cubes.