MSC Certification of global sea food is helping to sustain fish production worldwide. After years of destruction brought on by over fishing and poor planning, food distribution giants like Wal-Mart may become our best hope in reversing the problems facing supply and demand.
This Spanish fish farm is a major achievement! The importance of natural, controlled pond fertility as an alternative to manufactured fish food is can not be underestimated. It is an alternative to everything manufactured that is needed to build a food chain sufficient to feed populations entirely off the grid. Here, waste from the river … Continue reading
A collective concern with aquaculture is how to raise fish sustainably and still maintain a quality that matches wild caught. Until now, fish farmers have chosen to raise fish based on market demand and potential profit. Improvement of the art has taught us to selectively breed genetic characteristics for enhanced reproduction, mimic wild settings while … Continue reading
We have much to learn from peoples of “underdeveloped” countries around the world. In remote farming villages of China, fish ponds are managed with great efficiency, entirely eliminating the costs and complications seen with industrialized aquaculture. That is happening because their traditional utilizes a process of “nutrient cycling”. To fertilize their ponds and raise lots of fish, Asian villagers plant … Continue reading